A key element in overcoming the environmental and energy challenges the world faces today lies in improving the efficiency of existing and new processes. As almost all major chemical are produced by catalytic processes these days, heterogeneous catalysis plays a very active role because of environmental concerns. To develop more effective catalytic processes requires a better understanding of reaction pathways and kinetics. Bradley da Silva focuses specifically on catalytic ozonation , a process used in wastewater treatment, developing a catalytic microreactor that can be used as an innovative analytical tool for the determination of kinetics and catalytic ozonation.
B.T. Da Silva: Development of Catalytic Microreactors by Plasma Process: Application to Wastwater Treatment.
Prof. D. Bonn
Prof. M. Tatoulian (Université Pierre et Marie Curie)
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