Data Management for Combinatorial Heterogeneous Catalysis: Methodology and Development of Advanced Tools
As catalytic chemical processes become increasingly mature, innovation in this field is less and less likely. The industry is facing such a slow rate of discovery because the empirical development of new active solids by a trial and error process from a few selected samples remains highly speculative. As well as the low rate of investigation, this research strategy based on exhaustive studies and complete understanding is very time consuming. After decades of very intensive efforts, new and major breakthroughs based on experience and common knowledge cannot be expected in most research areas dealing with bulk chemistry. Therefore new research strategies must be developed to produce breakthroughs and a paradigm shift in chemical research to revitalize innovation.
KeywordsPorosity Europe Manganese Zeolite Catalysis
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 5.Cohan, P. Results and commercialization—progress in the practice of combinatorial materials science. Abstracts, 221st American Chemical Society Meeting, 2001, Paper BTEC-056.Google Scholar
- 7.Harmon, L. A., Vayda, A. J., Schlosser, S. G. Informatics challenges in combinatorial materials discovery. Abstracts, 221st American Chemical Society Meeting, 2001, Paper BTEC-067.Google Scholar
- 8.Dorsett, D. R., Jr. Capturing the combinatorial workflow. Abstracts, 221st American Chemical Society Meeting, 2001, Paper BTEC-064.Google Scholar
- 10.Geisler, S., Vauthey, I., Zanthoff, H., Muhler, M. Presented at European Workshop on Combinatorial Catalysis (EuroCombiCat), Ischia, Italy, 2002.Google Scholar
- 19.Klanner, C., Baumes, L., Farrusseng, D., Mirodatos, C., Schueth, F. QASAR, in press.Google Scholar