By Professor Dr. Vsevolod F. Kiselev, Professor Dr. Oleg V. Krylov (auth.)
This booklet bargains with adsorption and catalysis at the floor of transition parts and their compounds, a lot of that are in teresting due to their specific digital constitution. The authors have labored via an unlimited physique of experimental evi dence at the constitution and houses of surfaces of transition metals and correct oxides. attention is given as a rule to basic (as against combined) oxides of transition parts, to universal metals and to the adsorption of easy gases. loads of recognition is paid to the character of lively floor websites answerable for chemisorption and catalytic differences. the outline is predicated in general at the simplified ligand-field thought, which, despite the fact that, proves rather passable for predicting the adsorptive and catalytic job of species. in lots of instances uncomplicated platforms have been explored simply by novel ideas, and it's only for such structures that the mechanism of the ele mentary act of adsorption and catalysis should be given sufficient remedy. the current monograph has emerged from our prior paintings in Russian, which seemed within the Khimiya Publishing apartment (Mos cow) in 1981. This English version has, in spite of the fact that, been revised thoroughly to increase its scope and to incorporate more moderen a chievements. For fruitful discussions the authors are thankful to A.A.
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