Heterogeneous Kinetics: Theory of Ziegler-Natta-Kaminsky Polymerization

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Springer, Nov 23, 2004 - Science - 249 pages
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For academic and industrial scientists the most advanced theory and methods of chemical kinetics are given. The theory has been explained on the basis of the author's historical and logical view of traditional kinetics since van't Hoff, S. Arrhenius to H. Eyring, E. Wigner and J. Horiuti.The theory has been realised and applied to the understanding of Ziegler-Natta-Kaminsky Catalysis mainly with the author's experimental studies since 1960. Many organic chemists are now interested in finding new active catalysts. This book reveals how to understand the fundamental and practical kinetic method for the sake of catalyst researches in industry and universities. TOC:The Nature of Chemical Kinetics.- Thermodynamics of Chemical Reactions.- Experimental Methods and Treatment of Data.- Theory of Complex Reactions: Reaction Path.- Theory of Elementary Reactions.- Coordination Equilibrium and Kinetics.- Traditional Kinetics of Ziegler-Natta-Kaminsky Polymerization.- Coordination Kinetics of Ziegler-Natta-Kaminsky Polymerization.- Homogeneous Polymerization.- Propene Polymerization with Heterogeneous Ziegler-Natta Catalysts.- Kinetic Mechanism of Molecular Weight Distribution and Isotacticity.

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Graduate of Kyushu University, chemistry, BS (1945), worked with Prof. J. Horiuti, Research Institute for Catalysis, as Associate and Assosiate Professor, D. Sc (1956), from 1960 to 1981 Professor of Chemical Kinetics, Tokyo Institute of Technology, and President of the Numazu National College of Technology (1982-1989) and Founding President of the Japan Advanced Institute of Scinece and Technology (JAIST) (1989-1997).Currently, Professor Emeritus of the above three institutions. Author of 40 books and more than 300 research papers on theory and experiments of catalysis.

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