Catalyst Chemistry

Numbering Code U-ENG27 47061 LJ61 Year/Term 2021 ・ First semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Wed.1
Instructor name TANAKA TSUNEHIRO (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
TERAMURA KENTARO (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
ABE RYUU (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
ASAKURA HIROYUKI (Center for the Promotion of Interdisciplinary Education and Research Program-Specific Senior Lecturer)
MUROYAMA HIROKI (Graduate School of Engineering Senior Lecturer)
Outline and Purpose of the Course Lecture will be delivered by Prof. Tanaka and Abe. Fundamental concepts to understand catalytic chemistry, how to clarify mechanism of catalytic reactions, properties of representative sold catalysts and reactions taking place over them will be lectured and also catalyst preparation methods will be outlined.
Course Goals Understanding fundamentals on catalyst and catalysis.
Schedule and Contents 1. Fundamental concepts in catalysis (2)
Reaction kinetics; activation energy; adsorption; kinetics in steady state; heat of adsorption; Linear free energy relationship; volcano shape order.

2. Metal oxides and catalytic oxidation (1)
Catalytic oxidation; reactor; EO synthesis; oxidation of paraffins; oxidation of aromatic ring; oxidation of side branch of aromatics.

3. Solid acids and bases (1)
What is solid acids and bases; factors to gover solid acid/base catalysis; generation mechanism of acid and base

4. Catalyst characterization (2)
Catalytic reaction mechanism elucidated by analysis of reaction, Elucidation of reaction mechanism using physical instruments; topics of catalyst characterization.

5. Summary of first half part of the lecture (1)
Solution of quizzes and summary

6. Catalysis by metals (2)
Metal wire mesh catalyst; metal nanoparticle catalyst; Raney-metal catakyst; supported metal catalyst; role of support; industrial metal atalyst

7. Photocatalysis and environmental catalysis (2)
What is photocatalsys; principle of photocatalysis; photocatalysis in next generation; green chemistry; what is environmental catalyst?

8. Catalyst preparation mmethod (2)
Formation of precipitates; structural change in drying process; co-precipitation method; uniform precipitation method; hydrothermal method; sol-gel method; sorvothermal method.

9. Summary of last half part of the lecture (1)
Solution of quizzes and summary

10. Feedback (1)
Evaluation Methods and Policy Total scores of quizzes performed after first and last half of the lecture are evaluated.
Course Requirements None
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Review the documents supplied in lecture.
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