• Media type: Book
  • Title: Mechanical catalysis : methods of enzymatic, homogeneous, and heterogeneous catalysis
  • Contributor: Swiegers, Gerhard F. [Author]
  • Published: Hoboken, NJ [u.a.]: Wiley2008
  • Contains: Introduction to thermodynamic (energy-dependent) and mechanical (time-dependent) processes : What are they and how are they manifested in chemistry and catalysis? / Gerhard F. Swiegers
    Heterogeneous, homogeneous, and enzymatic catalysis ; A shared terminology and conceptual platform ; The alternative of time-dependence in catalysis / Gerhard F. Swiegers
    A conceptual description of energy-dependent ("Thermodynamic") and time-dependent ("Mechanical") processes in chemistry and catalysis / Gerhard F. Swiegers
    Time-dependence in heterogeneous catalysis ; Sabatier's principle describes two independent catalytic realms: time-dependent ("Mechanical") catalysis and energy-dependent ("Thermodynamic") catalysis / Gerhard F. Swiegers
    Time-dependence in homogeneous catalysis. 1. Many enzymes display the hallmarks of time-dependent ("Mechanical") catalysts ; Nonbiological homogeneous catalysts are typically energy-dependent ("Thermodynamic") catalysts / Robin Brimblecombe, Jun Chen, Junhua Huang, Ulrich T. Mueller-Westerhoff, and Gerhard F. Swiegers
    Time-dependence in homogeneous catalysis. 2. The general actions of time-dependent ("Mechanical") and energy-dependent ("Thermodynamic") catalysts / Robin Brimblecombe, Jun Chen, Junhua Huang, Ulrich T. Mueller-Westerhoff, and Gerhard F. Swiegers
    Unifying the many theories of enzymatic catalysis ; Theories of enzymatic catalysis fall into two camps: energy-dependent ("Thermodynamic") and time-dependent ("Mechanical") catalysis / Gerhard F. Swiegers
    Synergy in heterogeneous, homogeneous, and enzymatic catalysis ; The "Ideal" catalyst / Gerhard F. Swiegers
    A conceptual unification of heterogeneous, homogeneous, and enzymatic catalysis / Gerhard F. Swiegers
    The rational design of time-dependent ("Mechanical") homogeneous catalysts ; A literature survey of multi-centered homogeneous catalysis / Junhua Huang, and Gerhard F. Swiegers
    Time-dependent ("Mechanical") nonbiological catalysis. 1. A fully-functional mimic of the water-oxidizing center (WOC) in photosystem II (PSII) / Robin Brimblecombe, G. Charles Dismukes, Greg A. Felton, Leone Spiccia, and Gerhard F. Swiegers
    Time-dependent ("Mechanical") nonbiological catalysis. 2. Highly efficient, "Biomimetic" hydrogen-generating electrocatalysts / Jun Chen, Junhua Huang, Gerhard F. Swiegers, Chee O. Too, and Gordon G. Wallace
    Time-dependent ("Mechanical") nonbiological catalysis. 3. A readily prepared, convergent, oxygen-reduction electrocatalyst / Jun Chen, Gerhard F. Swiegers, Gordon G. Wallace, and Weimin Zhang
    Appendix A. Why is saturation not observed in catalysts that display conventional kinetics ; Appendix B. Graphical illustration of the processes involved in the saturation of molecular catalysts.

  • Extent: XXX, 351 S; graph. Darst
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780470262023; 0470262028
  • RVK notation: VE 7040 : Allgemeines
  • Keywords: Katalyse > Enzymkatalyse
  • Footnote: Literaturangaben

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