Basic Principles of Heterogeneous Catalysis With Applications in Energy Transformations

CHEMENG242

Stanford School of Engineering


Description

Learn about the current challenges in energy transformation technology and the opportunities available with heterogeneous catalysis. Areas of discussion will include models of surface reactivity and equilibria, catalyst structure and composition and photo-catalysis. Play an active role in the dynamic renewable energy field with unique training in energy consumption and transformation.

Prerequisites

CHEM31AB or CHEM31X, CHEM171, CHEM175 or CHEMENG170, or equivalents

Topics include

  • Kinetics of surface reactions
  • Electronic and geometrical effects in heterogeneous catalysis
  • Trends in reactivity
  • Electro-catalysis and photo-catalysis

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