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Homogeneous catalysis, Molecular Catalysis

Homogeneous Catalysis:

In chemistry, homogeneous catalysis is catalysis in a resolution by a soluble catalyst. Homogeneous catalysis leads to reactions where the catalyst is in the identical phase as the reactants, mostly in solution. In contrast, heterogeneous catalysis defines processes where the catalysts and substrate are in different phases, typically solid-gas, approximately. The term is used exclusively to define solutions and implies catalysis by organometallic compounds. Homogeneous catalysis is an established technology that remains to result. An explanatory major application is the production of acetic acid. Enzymes are examples of homogeneous catalysts.

Examples of Homogeneous Catalysts:
Acid catalysis, organometallic catalysis, and enzymatic catalysis are specimens of homogeneous catalysis. Most often, homogeneous catalysis involves the introduction of an aqueous phase catalyst into an aqueous solution of reactants.

Molecular Catalysis:

Molecular catalysis is not a well-distinct field but it always leads to the associate application of molecular chemistry, Mainly molecular recognition, and guest binding, approaching chemical action.The Division of Molecular Catalysis addresses scientific challenges in the area of organometallic chemistry varying from the molecular fundamentals to the development of novel reaction-engineering theories. The research topics are arranged with the principles of Green Chemistry and include in particular the use of CO2 as a chemical building block and the selective transformation of bio-based feedstocks, as well as the utilization of advanced reaction media such as ionic liquids or supercritical fluids. The original project plans are based on a rational mechanical understanding, whereby computational chemistry plays a major role in the analysis and for imminent catalyst design.

Committee Members
Keynote Speaker for Catalysis Conferences 2021 - Stanislaw Dzwigaj

Stanislaw Dzwigaj

Sorbonne Université-CNRS, France
Keynote Speaker for Catalysis Conferences 2021 - José C. Conesa

José C. Conesa

Spanish National Research Council, Spain
Keynote Speaker for Chemical Engineering Conferences 2021

Abdeltif AMRANE

University of Rennes 1, France
Keynote Speaker for Chemical Engineering Conferences 2021

Giacomo Cao

University of Cagliari, Italy
2021 Speakers
Speaker for Chemical Engineering Conferences 2020 - Rafael Luis Espinoza

Rafael Luis Espinoza

Espinoza and Associates, USA
Martino Marco

Martino Marco

University of Salerno, Italy
Speaker for Chemical Engineering Conferences 2020 - Claudio Mahler

Claudio Mahler

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Keynote Speaker for Chemical Engineering Conferences 2020 - Anastasios I. Zouboulis

Anastasios I. Zouboulis

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Speaker for Chemical Engineering Conferences 2020 - Magdalena Laskowska

Magdalena Laskowska

Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Speaker for Chemical Engineering Conferences 2020- Hajime Shirai

Hajime Shirai

Saitama University, Japan

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