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1.5 TIME- AND ENERGY-DEPENDENCE IN CHEMISTRY AND CATALYSIS
1.5 TIME- AND ENERGY-DEPENDENCE IN CHEMISTRY AND CATALYSIS 17
1.5.2 Examples of Time-Dependent Processes in Chemistry
REFERENCES
2.2.1 Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysis
2.2.2 Hybrid Homogeneous–Heterogeneous Catalysts
2.2.3 Enzymatic Catalysis
2.2.4 Theories and Mimicry of Enzymatic Catalysis
3.3.6 The Influence of the Product Release Step
3.4 CONCLUSIONS: ENERGY- AND TIME-DEPENDENT CATALYSIS
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
3.4 CONCLUSIONS: ENERGY- AND TIME-DEPENDENT CATALYSIS 75
4.2 SABATIER’S PRINCIPLE IN HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSIS
4.2 SABATIER’S PRINCIPLE IN HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSIS 79
4.2.2 Some Important Points about Volcano Plots
4.2.3 Time-Dependent Catalysis in Volcano Plots
4.2.4 Energy-Dependent Catalysis in Volcano Plots
4.2.5 The Physical Origin of Sabatier’s Principle
4.2.6 Other Plots Illustrating Sabatier’s Principle
4.2.7 Modeling of Volcano Plots
4.3 EXCEPTIONS TO SABATIER’S PRINCIPLE
4.4 SABATIER’S PRINCIPLE IN HOMOGENEOUS CATALYSIS
4.4 SABATIER’S PRINCIPLE IN HOMOGENEOUS CATALYSIS 93
5.7 ALL GENERALIZATIONS SUPPORT TIME-DEPENDENCE IN ENZYMES
5.7 ALL GENERALIZATIONS SUPPORT TIME-DEPENDENCE IN ENZYMES 129
5.9 CONCLUSION: MANY ENZYMES ARE TIME-DEPENDENT CATALYSTS
5.9 CONCLUSION: MANY ENZYMES ARE TIME-DEPENDENT CATALYSTS 133
6.5 THE IMPORTANCE OF RECOGNIZING TIME-DEPENDENT CATALYSIS
6.5 THE IMPORTANCE OF RECOGNIZING TIME-DEPENDENT CATALYSIS 155
6.7 CONCLUSIONS FOR BIOLOGY
6.8 CONCLUSIONS FOR HOMOGENEOUS CATALYSIS
6.9 THE “IDEAL” HOMOGENEOUS CATALYST
6.10 CONCLUSIONS FOR THE CONCEPTUAL UNITY OF THE FIELD OF CATALYSIS
7.2 THEORIES OF ENZYMATIC CATALYSIS
7.2.2 “Lock-and-Key” Theory
7.2.3 Haldane’s Strain Theory
7.2.4 Pauling’s Theory of Transition State Complementarity
7.2.6 Intramolecularity
7.2.9 The Proximity (Propinquity) Effect
7.2.10 “Coupled” Protein Motions
7.2.11 The Spatiotemporal Hypothesis
8.2 SYNERGY IN HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSTS
8.3.1 Facial Selectivity in Single-Centered Catalysts
8.3.4 The Selectivity of Single-Centered Catalysts
8.5 ENZYMES AND THEIR FUNCTIONALLY CONVERGENT SYNERGIES
8.6 BIOMIMETIC CHEMISTRY AND ITS PSEUDO-CONVERGENT SYNERGIES
8.6 BIOMIMETIC CHEMISTRY AND ITS PSEUDO-CONVERGENT SYNERGIES 197
8.7 THE SPECTRUM OF SYNERGISTIC ACTION IN HOMOGENEOUS CATALYSIS
9.2 DIFFUSION-CONTROLLED AND REACTION-CONTROLLED CATALYSIS
9.5 THE DIVERSITY OF CATALYTIC ACTION IN ENZYMES
10.1 INTRODUCTION
11.2 THE PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF THE CUBANES 1a-b
11.2 THE PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF THE CUBANES 1A-B 273
11.2.4 A Possible Catalytic Cycle
11.5.8 Bulk Water Is a Reactant and Oxygen Is Generated
11.6 THE CHALLENGE OF DYE-SENSITIZED WATER-SPLITTING
11.6 THE CHALLENGE OF DYE-SENSITIZED WATER-SPLITTING 291
11.7 THE MECHANISM OF THE CATALYSIS
11.8 CONCLUSIONS
12.1 INTRODUCTION
12.2 MONOMER AND POLYMER PREPARATION
12.3 CATALYTIC EXPERIMENTS
12.3.5 Polypyrrole Is Likely Involved in the Catalytic Cycle
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Mechanical Catalysis: Methods of Enzymatic, Homogeneous, and Heterogeneous Catalysis

Mechanical Catalysis: Methods of Enzymatic, Homogeneous, and Heterogeneous Catalysis

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Provides a clear and systematic description of the key role played by catalyst reactant dynamism including: (i) the fundamental processes at work, (ii) the origin of its general and physical features, (iii) the way it has evolved, and (iv) how it relates to catalysis in man-made systems. Unifies homogeneous, heterogeneous, and enzymatic catalysis into a single, conceptually coherent whole. Describes how to authentically mimic the underlying principles of enzymatic catalysis in man-made systems. Examines the origin and role of complexity and complex Systems Science in catalysis--very hot topics in science today.
Provides a clear and systematic description of the key role played by catalyst reactant dynamism including: (i) the fundamental processes at work, (ii) the origin of its general and physical features, (iii) the way it has evolved, and (iv) how it relates to catalysis in man-made systems. Unifies homogeneous, heterogeneous, and enzymatic catalysis into a single, conceptually coherent whole. Describes how to authentically mimic the underlying principles of enzymatic catalysis in man-made systems. Examines the origin and role of complexity and complex Systems Science in catalysis--very hot topics in science today.

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