Introduction to Catalysis (CME 425) & Heterogeneous Catalysis & Surface Reaction (CME522)

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1 Introduction to Catalysis (CME 425) & Heterogeneous Catalysis & Surface Reaction (CME522) Text book: Julian R.H. Ross, Heterogeneous Catalysis: Fundamentals and Applications, 2011, Elsevier Publications, ISBN Gadi Rothenberg, Catalysis; Concepts and Green Applications 2008, Wiley-VCH Publications, ISBN Prerequisites : CHE 322; CME 304; CME 312; CME 314 Instructor : Tae Jin Kim office # 218 at Old Eng. Bldg.) Teaching Assistant: TBA Class Schedule : MoWe (10:00 am 11:50 am), Frey Hall 105, West Campus Class Number : & Office hour : Wed. 1-2pm

2 Homework : Grading Criteria : G U 1. Class Participation 10% 10% 2. Homework 20% 20% 3. Report 30% 20% 4. Exam (M&F) 30% 50% 5. Presentation 10% Final grade : A = B = C = D = F = Handwrite. 2. Do not use the word processing software. 3. Do your own work and Clearly show how answer is developed. 4. Submit homework on time (before class start). 5. Late homework will not be accepted for credit, except in the case of excused absence. Exam : 1. All exams will be closed-book and closed-note. 2. You are allowed to bring a one-sided sheet of paper. 3. No cell phones are allowed (turn-off). Quiz : 1. All quizzes will be closed-book and closed-note. 2. Generally cover lecture materials and Require minutes. 3. No cell phones are allowed (turn-off)

3 Grading Criteria : G U 1. Class Participation 10% 10% 2. Homework 20% 20% 3. Report 30% 20% 4. Exam (M&F) 30% 50% 5. Presentation 10% Final grade : A = B = C = D = F = 0 59 Grading Criteria: Total 100 points Review paper Report (6 pages): Due date (Nov.30) Why? Who? What? How? And Conclusions. General: Font (Times New Roman) Size (12) Line spacing (1.5) Figure (max 3, size (1/4 page)) Table (max 2, size (1/4 page))

4 Grading Criteria : G U 1. Class Participation 10% 10% 2. Homework 20% 20% 3. Report 30% 20% 4. Exam (M&F) 30% 50% 5. Presentation 10% Final grade : A = B = C = D = F = 0 59 Date (Dec. 4 & 6) 10 min : 8 min presentation, 2 min Q&A Slide: 5 total Intro Methods Results Conclusions Future work

5 Learning Objectives : The production of chemicals and fuels is relies heavily on catalytic processes in the petroleum and pharmaceutical industry: over 90% of chemicals produced rely on the use of a catalyst. This course is intended to give the student a background of the fundamentals of the catalytic process and the selection of catalysts for specific applications. Heterogeneous catalysis is central to the petroleum chemical industry and it is directly related to products efficiency. This course will emphasize the fundamental and application of heterogeneous catalysis and introduce the catalytic reaction mechanism. Students who complete the course will have attained the following outcomes: 1) Basic of heterogeneous catalyst and catalysis 2) Kinetics of heterogeneously catalyzed reaction 3) Surface characterization by spectroscopic techniques 4) Knowledge of supported metal oxide and zeolites 5) Application of theoretical calculations 6) Industrial applications of heterogeneous catalyst.

6 Contribution of course to meeting the Professional Component : Engineering Science 30%, Laboratory Experience 10%, Mathematics 10% Basic Science 20%, General Education 20%, Design Experience 10% Course Description : 1. Introduces the principles of catalysis and their application in the chemical industry. 2. Introduces the history of catalysis and basic reaction kinetics. 3. Introduces the heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis concepts. 4. Catalysts application in the industry

7 Minimal Responsibilities : 1. Responsibilities in the Classroom 2. Absentee Policy 3. Course Responsibilities 4. Academic Progress 5. Interactions with Faculty, Instructors, and other Students s_expectations/min_instructional_student_resp.php Ethics and Misconduct : Students are expected to follow the highest of ethical, social and moral standards as specified in the Student Code of Conduct in the SBU Student Handbook. Homework : Collaboration is fine, but submit your own solutions. There is no excuse for cheating. Student will receive zero credit for the assignment, quiz, and exam. Student%20Conduct%20Code.pdf

8 Topics Covered (subject to change) 8/28,8/30 History and concepts of catalysis. NO reduction by CO presentation (301 Eng.) 9/6 The basic of heterogeneous, homogeneous and biocatalysis 9/11,9/13 Synthesis of Catalysts 9/18,9/20 Spectroscopy in Catalysis 9/25,9/27 Heterogeneous Catalysis: Fundamentals 10/2.10/4 Guest speaker (BNL), Midterm 10/9,10/11 Heterogeneous catalysis: catalysts and surface characterization 10/16,10/18 Heterogeneous catalysis in practice: oil refining and petrochemistry 10/23,10/25 Heterogeneous catalysis in practice: environmental catalysis 10/30,11/1 Homogeneous and biocatalysis: industrial applications and catalyzed reactions 11/6,11/8 Biomass conversion into biochemical and biofuel: heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis 11/13.11/15 Kinetics and rate equations in catalysis: The reaction order: zero, first and second order kinetics 11/20 Catalysis Reactors 11/27,11/29 Electrocatalysis, Computational modeling 12/4,12/6 Case study & Presentation (G) 12/12-12/20 Final Exam Labor Day : Sept. 4 AIChE: Oct. 29-Nov. 3 Thanksgiving: Nov. 22 Class End: Dec. 8 Finals : Dec

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