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Hydrogenation Catalysts

  • Lawrie Lloyd
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Part of the Fundamental and Applied Catalysis book series (FACA)

Abstract

Prior to 1900, catalytic hydrogenation was not really seen as general reaction type, and the only examples known were a few specific, seemingly unrelated, reactions of hydrogen with both organic and inorganic compounds. These reactions took place over a reactive surface, which we now know to comprise a catalytic surface. A selection of these reactions is shown in Table 3.1 It was not until the early twentieth century that the foundations of catalysis were established, initially by the work of Sabatier and Senderens.

Keywords

Fatty Alcohol Nickel Oxide Nickel Catalyst Palladium Catalyst Nickel Hydroxide 
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  • Lawrie Lloyd
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  1. 1.BathUK

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