New Approaches to Mitigating Catalyst Deactivation

When: 5 March 2019
Where: The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BA, United Kingdom

Mitigating catalyst deactivation is a crucial issue facing the development of catalysts and processes for many globally important challenges and a strategically important area of academic and industrial catalyst development. This 1-day RSC Applied Catalysis Group symposium will bring together academic and industrial speakers to share exciting developments and examples of mitigating catalyst deactivation in real world catalysts as well as their perspectives on the future of this stimulating field.

Invited Speakers:

  • Enzyme immobilisation and operational stability, Francesco Paradisi (University of Nottingham)
  • Sulphur Poisoning: How much do we really understand? David Jackson (University of Glasgow)
  • Next Generation FT catalyst: Activation and Deactivation Study, Roy Partington (BP) Kinetic Studies to Identify, Understand and Mitigate Catalyst Deactivation in Homogeneous Catalysis, Jordi Bures (University of Manchester)
  • TBC, Bennie Reesink (BASF)
  • Stabilised supported gold complexes for VCM production, Peter Johnston (JM)
  • Catalyst Deactivation in Homogeneous Hydrogenation, Hans de Vries (Liebnitz Institute)

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