Catalysis research of relevance to carbon management: Progress, challenges, and opportunities

Hironori Arakawa, Michele Aresta, John N. Armor, Mark A. Barteau, Eric J. Beckman, Alexis T. Bell, John E. Bercaw, Carol Creutz, Eckhard Dinjus, David A. Dixon, Kazunari Domen, Daniel L. DuBois, Juergen Eckert, Etsuko Fujita, Dorothy H. Gibson, William A. Goddard, D. Wayne Goodman, Jay Keller, Gregory J. Kubas, Harold H. KungJames E. Lyons, Leo E. Manzer, Tobin J. Marks*, Keiji Morokuma, Kenneth M. Nicholas, Roy Periana, Lawrence Que, Jens Rostrup-Nielson, Wolfgang M.H. Sachtler, Lanny D. Schmidt, Ayusman Sen, Gabor A. Somorjai, Peter C. Stair, B. Ray Stults, William Tumas

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The current state of knowledge and barriers in the areas of hydrogen generation and utilization, light hydrocarbon activation and utilization and carbon dioxide activation were discussed. The most expeditious and cost-effective means to carry out research in this field would be by close coupling of academic, industrial and national laboratory catalysis efforts worldwide. The new combinatorial and semicombinatorial means to rapidly create and screen catalyst systems are also available.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)953-996
Number of pages44
JournalChemical Reviews
Issue number4
StatePublished - Apr 2001

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General Chemistry


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