Subject Area物理化学
Catalysis in High-Efficiency Conversion of Energy
Bao XH(包信和)
Conference Namethe 7th Asia Pacific Conference on Sustainable Energy and Environmental Technologies
Conference Date2009-10-15
Conference Place中国
Funding Organization中国石油大学
AbstractCatalysis is a science at the interface between chemistry, physics, biology, engineering and material sciences that enables chemical processes to be realized in a cost-, energy and eco-efficient way. More than 80% of the processes in the chemical industry, worth approcimately Eur 1500 billion, depend on cataytic technologies. Catalysis gives a key contribution to sustainable mobility, quality of life and health protection and environment protection, as well as the rational use of resources. The present talk will discribe the essentials of catalysis in high-efficiency conversion of energy, and followed by an introduction of the character and application of the catalysts in several very important processes of energy conversion. The emphasis is on the optimal utilizations of natural gas (methane) and the controlled conversion of syngas to the alternative energy, such as liquid fuel and alcohols. In the present talk, the nano-effects as the unique properties in catalysis will be demonstrated, and some important concepts, such as the so-called size- dependency, quantum well states and synergetic confinement, will be illustrated through the real processes catalyzed by nano particles, porous materials and carbon nanotubes.
Document Type会议论文
Corresponding AuthorBao XH(包信和)
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Bao XH. Catalysis in High-Efficiency Conversion of Energy[C],2009:4/1.
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