By P. L. Villa, S. Rapagnà (auth.), Eric G. Derouane, Jerzy Haber, Francisco Lemos, Fernando Ramôa Ribeiro, Michel Guisnet (eds.)
Light alkanes are typically proof against many different types of activation. The horizontal technique of the current publication covers homogeneous, heterogeneous and organic catalysis, therefore permitting readers to achieve an knowledge of development and ideas in learn components diverse from their very own. The publication includes either common chapters, giving an summary of the topic, and specialized contributions that take care of the main points and cutting-edge. a consultant document can also be integrated which supplies a serious perception into present growth and discusses destiny customers and significant demanding situations.
Audience: beginners and senior researchers within the box of alkane activation. The combined theoretical and useful method might be of curiosity to researchers and industrialists alike.
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