Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2011/2012
Canadian Excellence

CH445
Environmental Heterogeneous Catalysis
0.5 Credit

Environmental heterogeneous catalysis is the science that studies surface catalyzed reactions in natural systems and chemical industries, e.g. emission control. This course covers topics on the thermodynamics and kinetics of surface catalyzed reactions. Operational principles of surface science techniques will be introduced. Advances in current research in environmental catalysis will be discussed as well.

Additional Course Information
Prerequisites
CH213 or CH215, or permission of the department (CH233 recommended).
Exclusions
CH480d.