Latest Catalysis Stories
The war on obesity and unhealthy eating has been spearheaded by the US Food and Drug Administration with the latest fight pertaining to trans-fats, something that the regulator wants to see leave America's food supply.
"Analysis and Forecast of Vanadium Catalyst for Sulfuric Acid Production in China, 2013-2017” is the new market research report added to the online library of MarketReportsChina.com.
Taking inspiration from the human immune system, researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have created a new material that can be programmed to identify an endless variety of molecules.
Gas and oil deposits in shale have no place to hide from an Oak Ridge National Laboratory technique that provides an inside look at pores and reveals structural information potentially vital to the nation’s energy needs.
It’s a 21st-century alchemist’s dream: turning Earth’s superabundance of carbon dioxide — a greenhouse gas — into fuel or useful industrial chemicals.
The Journal of Catalysis is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Elsevier. It was founded in 1962 by JH de Boer and PW Selwood. The current editor-in-chief is JA Lercher. Past editors-in-chief were FS Stone, WK Hall, GL Haller, WN Delgass, and E Iglesia. The journal covers the fields of heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis. The journal covers papers related to: synthesis and catalytic function of novel inorganic solids and complexes; spectroscopic methods for structural...
Catalysis Science & Technology is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published on a monthly basis by the Royal Society of Chemistry. The first print issue was published in March 2011, whereas the online issue appeared first in January 2011. Articles featured in this journal are available online free of charge until the end of 2012. Editors-in-chief are Cynthia Friend (Harvard, USA) and Piet van Leeuwen (ICIQ, Spain). The journal features articles from the fields of heterogeneous...
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