By D. D. Eley, Herman Pines, Werner O. Haag
In view that 1948, this serial has sought to fill the space among the papers that document and the textbooks that train within the diversified parts of catalysis learn. The editors of and individuals to Advances in Catalysis are devoted to recording growth during this zone. every one quantity of Advances in Catalysis comprises articles protecting a topic of extensive curiosity.
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VPO catalyst, they are assumed to be V208units made up of pairs of distorted edge-sharing VOs square pyramids. The assumption of these active sites, especially for the VPO catalyst, was discussed in detail in Ref. 1 (57, 58). 30 HAROLD H . KUNG After the first C-H bond of an alkane is broken, a surface alkyl species is formed. There are at least two possible reactions for this alkyl species that lead to different products. Dehydrogenation products would be formed if the alkyl species reacts by breaking another C-H bond at the P-position: H M-0-M I + *-CHZ-CHZ-R+M-O-M + CH*=CHR + * (9) In this equation, * represents a surface ion in the active site and is assumed to be a surface V ion.
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