Graph-theoretic method for determining candidate mechanisms of catalytic chemical and biochemical reactions and its applications

F. Friedler, B. Bertók, L. T. Fan, S. Shafie

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Abstract

An overview is presented for a rigorous graph-theoretic method to exhaustively identify the candidate mechanisms of catalytic chemical and biochemical reactions. The method has been designed according to the general framework of a highly exacting combinatorial method established for process-network synthesis. It is based on the unique graph-representation in terms of P-graphs, a set of axioms, and a group of combinatorial algorithms. The results of successful applications of the algorithm to some catalytic chemical and biochemical reactions are presented. These reactions include catalytic reaction of ammonia synthesis; ethylene hydrogenation; combustion of hydrogen; reduction of nitrogen dioxide; formation of hydrogen bromide; ethanol production; etc. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the 7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering (Glasgow, Scotland 7/10-14/2005).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, GLASGOW2005, incorporating the 5th European Congress of Chemical Engineering
Pages20
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Event7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, GLASGOW2005, incorporating the 5th European Congress of Chemical Engineering - Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Duration: Jul 10 2005Jul 14 2005

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Other7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, GLASGOW2005, incorporating the 5th European Congress of Chemical Engineering
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityGlasgow, Scotland
Period7/10/057/14/05

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Hydrogen
Chemical engineering
Hydrogenation
Ammonia
Ethylene
Ethanol
Nitrogen

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Energy(all)

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Friedler, F., Bertók, B., Fan, L. T., & Shafie, S. (2005). Graph-theoretic method for determining candidate mechanisms of catalytic chemical and biochemical reactions and its applications. In 7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, GLASGOW2005, incorporating the 5th European Congress of Chemical Engineering (pp. 20)

Graph-theoretic method for determining candidate mechanisms of catalytic chemical and biochemical reactions and its applications. / Friedler, F.; Bertók, B.; Fan, L. T.; Shafie, S.

7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, GLASGOW2005, incorporating the 5th European Congress of Chemical Engineering. 2005. p. 20.

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Friedler, F, Bertók, B, Fan, LT & Shafie, S 2005, Graph-theoretic method for determining candidate mechanisms of catalytic chemical and biochemical reactions and its applications. in 7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, GLASGOW2005, incorporating the 5th European Congress of Chemical Engineering. pp. 20, 7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, GLASGOW2005, incorporating the 5th European Congress of Chemical Engineering, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 7/10/05.
Friedler F, Bertók B, Fan LT, Shafie S. Graph-theoretic method for determining candidate mechanisms of catalytic chemical and biochemical reactions and its applications. In 7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, GLASGOW2005, incorporating the 5th European Congress of Chemical Engineering. 2005. p. 20
Friedler, F. ; Bertók, B. ; Fan, L. T. ; Shafie, S. / Graph-theoretic method for determining candidate mechanisms of catalytic chemical and biochemical reactions and its applications. 7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, GLASGOW2005, incorporating the 5th European Congress of Chemical Engineering. 2005. pp. 20
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