This book provides detailed information on the base catalysis of group 5 (Nb, Ta) metal oxide clusters by elucidating how the structural factors such as constituent metals, counter cations, and local structures of base sites affect their catalysis. Uniquely, it reveals the effects of key structural factors at the molecular level by combining experimental and theoretical approaches. The findings presented here provide rational design principles for base catalysis and will foster the development of promising catalysts for solving current and future energy and environmental problems.
1. General Introduction.- 2. Application of Group 5 Polyoxometalate as an Efficient Base Catalyst: a Case Study of [Nb10O28]6–.- 3. Effect of Counter Cation on the Base Catalytic Activity of [Nb10O28]6–.- 4. Lewis Base Catalytic Properties of [Nb10O28]6- for CO2 Fixation to Epoxide: Kinetic and Theoretical Studies.- 5. Superior Base Catalysis of Group 5 Hexametalates over Group 6 Hexametalates.- 6. Concluding Remarks.
Shun Hayashi is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Tokyo Metropolitan University. His work mainly involves catalytic chemistry and cluster science. He received his Bachelor, Master and PhD in Science from the University of Tokyo in 2014, 2016 and 2019, respectively. He was awarded a research fellowship for young scientists from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), and was supported by JSPS during his doctoral program.
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Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 174 gr
Illustration Notes:53 Illustrations, black and white
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