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Electrochemical Reactions using Heterogeneous Molecular Catalysis Plots of volcanoes and tafel plots of catalysis

Author(s): Olivia Smith

We investigate the reasons for the occurrence or non-occurrence of volcanoes in the context of heterogeneous molecular catalysis by graphing the kinetics of the catalytic reaction against the stabilisation free energy of the major intermediate of the catalytic process. Modern energy difficulties, particularly those involving tiny molecules such as water, hydrogen, oxygen, proton, and carbon dioxide, are a powerful motivator for such investigations, just as they are for homogenous molecular catalysis or catalysis by surface-active metallic sites. This is especially true in the case of heterogeneous molecular catalysis, which is frequently chosen over homogeneous molecular catalysis by the same molecules, if only for chemical separation and electrolytic cell construction.
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