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This ability is usually referred to as the activity of a catalyst. For a chemical reaction with multiple possible products, a catalyst may promote the production of a specific product, which is referred to as the selectivity of a catalyst.
Heterogeneous catalytic reactions occur on the surface of solid catalysts and involve elementary surface chemical processes such as adsorption of reactants from a reaction mixture, surface diffusion and reaction of adsorbed species, and desorption of reaction products. The acceleration of a chemical reaction is due to the high reactivity of surface atoms that facilitates bond breaking and bond rearrangement of adsorbed molecules.
In the late s, the large-scale synthesis of simple but important bulk chemicals, including sulfuric acid, ammonia, and nitric acid, were among the first industrial processes based on heterogeneous catalysis 7. After these early successes, many complex catalytic processes evolved in the chemical industry. These processes include the synthesis of methanol from carbon monoxide and hydrogen, the oxidation of ethylene to ethylene oxide for the manufacture of ethylene glycol antifreeze, the dehydrogenation of butane to butadiene for the production of synthetic rubber, and the polymerization of ethylene and propylene to produce plastics 7.
In the middle of the s, the large-scale industrial applications of heterogeneous catalysis emerged in the petroleum industry with the development of catalytic cracking processes for naphtha refining. Since then, the applications of zeolites as cracking catalysts, the supported metal clusters as reforming catalysts, in the petroleum industry have allowed large-scale production of high quality fuels and bulk chemicals 7.
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