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Surface Heating and Energy Transfer in Pulsed Microwave Catalytic Systems: a Microwave-Induced Acoustic Study

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Since the early demonstrations of our concept of pulsed microwave catalysis in chemistry, we have witnessed the coming of age of the technique as an enabling technology in the industrial world, despite the inadequate understanding of the basic mechanisms of how microwaves interact with metallic surface sites and the subsequent energy transfer. We shall present here some very recent developments of the microwave-induced acoustic technique and its applications to a better understanding of the basic surface heating and energy transfer phenomena in pulsed microwave catalytic systems.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemistry, Queen's University, Kingston K7L 3N6, Canada


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