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CHE 666 - Methods In Catalysis

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Effectivity: 05/19/2003 - Forward     @ Purdue West Lafayette Traditional
Credits: 3
Instructional Types: Lec
Usually Offered: spr
Short Title: Methods In Catalysis
Description: Various spectroscopic and other techniques for characterizing catalysts and for probing the chemistry of solid surfaces and their interactions with adsorbing and reacting gases are discussed. Topics include infrared, X-ray photoelectron, Mossbauer, and secondary ion mass spectroscopies. Emphasis is on understanding the principles underlying each method and gaining an awareness of the kind of information each can provide in a broad spectrum of research problems. Offered in alternate years. Prerequisite: CHM 37500.
School: Chemical Engineering
Department: Chemical Engineering
Credit By Exam: NO
Repeatable Flag: NO
Temporary Flag: NO
Full Time Privilege Flag: NO
Honors Flag: NO
Registration Approval Type: Department
Variable Title Flag: NO

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