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Г.И. Панов
О 6-ом Всемирном конгрессе по окислительному катализу

Е.П. Талзи, А.Н. Старцев, Л.Я. Старцева
VIII Международная конференция «Механизмы каталитических реакций»,
посвящённая 70-летию со дня рождения академика К.И. Замараева

Н.В. Мезенцева, Е.В. Данилевич, И.Ю. Мутас
III Международная школа-конференция молодых ученых "Каталитический дизайн"

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О 6-ом Всемирном конгрессе по окислительному катализу


VIII Международная конференция "Механизмы каталитических реакций"


III Международная школа-конференция молодых ученых "Каталитический дизайн"


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О новом журнале ChemCatChem

Have you discovered ChemCatChem ?

All about Heterogeneous, Homogeneous, and Biocatalysis.

ChemCatChem is aimed to become a top-ranking journal for the entire catalysis community.
View the very first articles and discover more about this exciting new journal here .


Chul-Ho Jun: Transition Metal-Catalyzed Regioselective Functionalization of Aromatic Compounds,

Sven Schneider: Acceptorless Dehydrogenation of Alcohols: Perspectives for Synthesis and H2 Storage


Robert S. Phillips: A Single Point Mutation Reverses the Enantiopreference of Thermoanaerobacter ethanolicus Secondary Alcohol Dehydrogenase,
Bert Weckhuysen: Spatiotemporal Multitechnique Imaging of a Catalytic Solid in Action: Phase Variation and Volatilization During Molybdenum Oxide Reduction.
Teruyuki Kondo: Rhodium-Catalyzed Decarbonylative Coupling Reactions of Diphenylketene with Alkenes

The journal will provide primary research papers and critical secondary information on heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis as well as biocatalysis, and will strengthen cross-communication within and between these communities. Its authors and readers will come from academia, the chemical industry, and government laboratories across the world.

Just published! Special Issue ChemSusChem

ChemSusChem issue 6/2009 is entitled “Catalysis and Sustainable Development”. Guest editors Gabriele Centi and Mattias Beller bring you research on process intensification, water splitting, catalytic oxidation, biomass, and much more.

Read three articles for FREE:

"Catalytic Processing of Lactic Acid over Pt/Nb2O5" Juan Carlos Serrano-Ruiz, James A. Dumesic

"A Direct Route to Bifunctional Aldehyde Derivatives via Self- and Cross-Metathesis of Unsaturated Aldehydes" Xiaowei Miao, Cйdric Fischmeister, Christian Bruneau, Pierre H. Dixneuf

"Panchromatic Cross-Substituted Squaraines for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell Applications" Luca Beverina, Riccardo Ruffo, Claudio Maria Mari, Giorgio A. Pagani, Mauro Sassi, Filippo De Angelis, Simona Fantacci, Jun-Ho Yum, Michael Grдtzel, Mohammad K. Nazeeruddin

Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical: 2008 Impact Factor in the category of Chemistry, Physical

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bepress Journals October 20, 2009

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"Carbon Nanotube Synthesis: A Review", by Carole E. Baddour and Cedric Briens, reviews three methods of synthesizing carbon nanotubes, namely arc-discharge, laser-ablation and fixed bed/fluidized bed catalytic, determining that the catalytic technique is the best method because it is simple, inexpensive, energy-efficient and can produce large CNTs quantities of high yield and purity.

About this journal

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