Review Article - Journal of Industrial and Environmental Chemistry (2018) Volume 2, Issue 2
The comparative jurisprudence of catalysts preparation methods: II. Deposition-precipitation and adsorption methods.
The main purpose of using the comparative jurisprudence of methods of catalyst preparation is to look for similarities and differences between these methods as well as to clarify the same meaning in two different ways to reach different purposes, for example formation of material on another material and production of supported catalysts or composites. The method of adsorption is used in various industrial purposes, including the preparation of catalysts and disposal of environmental pollutants. While deposition-precipitation (DP) is an important method used to prepare catalysts. We find that these two methods aim to form material on or within another material, but they differ in the mechanism of each process.Author(s): Nasrallah M Deraz