The Encyclopedia of Catalysis is a definitive A-to-Z reference work covering the most significant aspects of homogeneous, heterogeneous, asymmetric, biomimetic, and biological catalysis. It covers the principles of catalysis, the scope of catalytic reactions, the preparation, characterization, and use of catalysts including catalytic technology, the modeling of catalytic processes, and related reaction engineering techniques. It provides basic information for scientists, engineers, and students interested in learning the principles and scope of catalysis, as well as for practitioners interested in applying catalysis outside their area of expertise.
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