Heterogeneous Catalysis

Major: Chemistry
Code of subject: 8.102.00.M.021
Credits: 3.00
Department: Physical, Analytical and General Chemistry
Lecturer: professor Makota Oksana Ivanivna
Semester: 4 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: • have knowledge of the kinetics of heterogeneous chemical reactions and the construction of kinetic models of catalytic processes; • understand the laws that link the nature of the catalyst, reactants and intermediate surface compounds to their reactivity and mechanism of process flow; • be able to apply knowledge of heterogeneous catalysis in the selection of selective catalysts.
Required prior and related subjects: • Modern organic chemistry, • Chemical thermodynamics, • Modern methods of identification of organic compounds, • Scientific basis for the study of high molecular weight compounds.
Summary of the subject: General information about catalysis. The main features of heterogeneous catalysis. Activation process in heterogeneous catalytic reactions. Kinetic and diffusion region of heterogeneous catalytic processes. Kinetics of heterogeneous catalytic processes. Energy factor in chemical catalysis. True and imaginary activation energy of heterogeneous chemical reactions. The role of the catalyst surface in catalysis. Adsorption and catalysis on the surface of a heterogeneous catalyst. Active centers in catalysis. Formation of intermediates on the surface of heterogeneous catalysts. Selectivity of heterogeneous catalysts. Poisoning and regeneration of heterogeneous catalysts. Heterogeneous catalysts based on transition metal compounds.
Assessment methods and criteria: examination control, written (70%) and oral (30%) component
Recommended books: 1. Chorkendorff I. Concepts of Modern Catalysis / I. Chorkendorff, J.W. Niemantsverdriet / - Weinheim .: WILEY-VCH, 2003. - 464 p. 2. R.A. van Santen Theoretical Heterogeneous Catalysis (World Scientific Lecture and Course Notes in Chemistry) / van Santen R.A. / - Weinheim .: World Scientific Publishing Company, 1991. - 408 p. 3. Kolesnikov IM Catalysis and catalyst production / I.M. Kolesnikov / - M .: Tehnika, 2004.- 399 p. 4. Kovtun G. The inexhaustible possibilities of catalysis / G. Kovtun / - Bulletin of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. - 2005. - № 3. - P. 72-76 p.