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So what is a catalyst? , it is not consumed while doing its thing). A solid catalyst merely furnishes its surface as a meeting place for gaseous molecules. For instance, when a molecule of methanol lands on a rhodium catalyst surface, it usually sticks for a while (becomes adsorbed). Now, if a carbon monoxide molecule happens to arrive, zingo, it reacts with an adsorbed methanol molecule and they leave the surface as acetic acid. When methanol and carbon monoxide meet in the gas phase, they won't even give each other the time of day.
Html CONTROL OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS 26 Metal Cluster Chemistry An adventurous frontier of catalysis involves the expanding capability of chemists to synthesize molecules built around several metal atoms in proximity. Many of these “metal cluster” compounds consist of several metal atoms bound to each other in the “core” of the molecule with carbon monoxide molecules chemically attached on the periphery. These metal carbonyls have formulas Mx(CO)y, and x can be made very large. The world's record as of this writing is a platinum .
TABLE III-4 Catalyst Specificity for Syn Gas Conversion to Useful Products Catalyst CO+H2 → Product Catalyst Product Nickel Methane, CH4 Copper/zinc oxide/alumium oxide Methanol, CH3OH Irona/cobalt Molybdenum/cobalt Ruthenium complexes (in solution) Thorium oxide Rhodium complexes (in solution) a Straight chain hydrocarbons, CH3 (CH2) N=0 to 30 Mixed alcohol C1 to C3 oxygenated compounds Low-molecular-weight branched chains, hydrocarbons Ethylene glycol NCH3, Useful for Fuel Fuels, via zeolite catalysts, chemical feedstock Feedstock for petroleum refineries Octane booster Chemical feedstocks High-octane fuel Polyester feedstock The catalyst developed by Hans Fischer and Franz Tropsch in the early 1920s.