Physical and chemical aspects of adsorbents and catalysts : dedicated to J. H. de Boer on the occasion of his retirement from the Technological University, Delft, The Netherlands / Edited by B. G. Linsen; co-editors; J. M. H. Fortuin [and others]
Contributor(s): Boer, J. H. de | Linsen, B. G.Material type: BookPublisher: London, New York : Academic Press, 1970-Description: xvii, 650 p. : ill., port. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0124511503.Call number: 541.3453 PHY Subject(s): Adsorption -- Addresses, essays, lectures | Adsorption -- Congresses | Catalysts -- Addresses, essays, lectures | Catalysts -- Congresses | Surface chemistry -- Congresses | Surface chemistry -- Addresses, essays, lectures | Sorbents -- CongressesOnline resources: Click here to access online
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J. H. de Boer and the inorganic and physical chemistry.--J. H. de Boer and heterogeneous catalysis.--Studies on pore systems in adsorbents and catalysts, by J. C. P. Broekhoff and B. G. Linsen.--Mobility and adsorption on homogeneous surfaces. A theoretical and experimental study, by J. C. P. Broekhoff and R. H. van Dongen.--Some recent applications of the calculation of the entropy of the adsorbed phase according to de Boer, by J. J. F. Scholten and S. Kruyer.--Active alumina, by B. C. Lippens and J. J. Steggerda.--Porous silica, by C. Okkerse.--Active magnesia, by W. F. N. M. de Vleesschauwer.--Formation, preparation and properties of hydrous zirconia, by H. Th. Rijnten.--Hydrolytic phenomena in U(VI)-precipitation, by M. E. A. Hermans.--The texture and the surface chemistry of carbons, by Th. van der Plas.--Structure and activity of silica-supported nickel catalysts, by J. W. E. Coenen and B. G. Linsen.--Interaction of oxygen with tungsten and molybdenum surfaces, by J. W. Geus.