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Catalysis in Industry

Catalysis in Industry

Editor-in-Chief: VALENTIN N. PARMON

ISSN: 2070-0504 (print version)
ISSN: 2070-0555 (electronic version)

Journal no. 12604

Editor-in-Chief: Valentin N. Parmon



Valentin N. Parmon, Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Novosibirsk, Russia


A.G. Dedov, V.M. Kapustin, D.Yu. Murzin (Finland), and A.S. Noskov


Natalya P. Belyaeva


A.V. Artemov, B.B. Chesnokov, G.S. D’yakonov, E.Z. Golosman, L.M. Kustov, B.N. Kuznetsov, A.A. Lamberov, N.M. Ostrovsky (Serbia), S.B. Putin, I.V. Sedov, A.N. Shakun, A.Yu. Stakheev, E.M. Sulman, Yu.A. Treger, V.F. Tretyakov, M.V. Tsodikov, and A.N. Zagoruiko


V.E. Agabekov (Belarus), R.A. Buyanov, U.M. Djemilev, V.D. Kal’ner, A.L. Lapidus, V.A. Likholobov, V.V. Lunin, L. Petrov (Bulgaria), and S.D. Varfolomeev

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  • Aims and Scope

    Aims and Scope


    The journal covers the following topical areas:

    • Analysis of specific industrial catalytic processes:
      Production and use of catalysts in branches of industry: chemical, petrochemical, oil-refining, pharmaceutical, organic synthesis, fuel-energetic industries, environment protection, biocatalysis; technology of industrial catalytic processes (generalization of practical experience, improvements, and modernization); technology of catalysts production, raw materials and equipment; control of catalysts quality; starting, reduction, passivation, discharge, storage of catalysts; catalytic reactors.
    • Theoretical foundations of industrial catalysis and technologies:
      Research, studies, and concepts : search for and development of new catalysts and new types of supports, formation of active components, and mechanochemistry in catalysis; comprehensive studies of work-out catalysts and analysis of deactivation mechanisms; studies of the catalytic process at different scale levels (laboratory, pilot plant, industrial); kinetics of industrial and newly developed catalytic processes and development of kinetic models; nonlinear dynamics and nonlinear phenomena in catalysis: multiplicity of stationary states, stepwise changes in regimes, etc.
    • Advances in catalysis:
      Catalysis and gas chemistry; catalysis and new energy technologies; biocatalysis; nanocatalysis; catalysis and new construction materials.
    • History of the development of industrial catalysis.
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    Original Russian Edition Copyright © 2010 by the Russian Academy of Sciences.

    Copyright © 2010 by Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.


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