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By D. L. Trimm (auth.), José Luís Figueiredo (eds.)

Most catalysts utilized in the chemical and petrochemical indus­ attempts are strongly tormented by one or one other kind of deactivation, resulting in terrible performances and decreased existence. The expanding num­ ber of clinical communications dedicated to the topic in recent times, and culminating with a world Symposium held in Antwerp in October 1980, is a degree of the curiosity it arouses in either the economic and educational groups. A degree has been reached wherein it used to be notion NATO complex examine Institute on "Catalyst Deactivation" may be fruit ful in developing the state-of-the-art and in stimulating a extra systematic learn at the phenomenon. this kind of assembly was once held ~n Lagos, Portugal, from 18 to 29 may perhaps 1981. the aim of the Institute used to be to offer and talk about in a didatic and systematic means some of the strategies that bring about cata lyst deactivation, particularly coking, poisoning and stable kingdom trans formations, and while to advertise the alternate of principles and studies one of the individuals, drawn from and uni versity. The lectures provided on the Institute are amassed during this quantity except for Dr. L.L.Hegedus "Catalyst Poisoning", which has been formerly released (Catalysis stories, technology md Engineering, 23, 377-476, 1981).

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