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** Example of Basic Frequency-weighted Model Reduction **

** Examples of Model State Reduction Techniques **

** Kinetic model for reduction of fused iron catalyst **

** Mechanism of the Reduction with NAD(P)H Models **

A tri-dimensional electrode reactor geometry was studied by He et al. (2004a, b) to overcome the problem of low conductivity media (>1 S m-1). The reduction of model carbon tetrachloride was performed on a porous copper foam with good conversion rates and almost total dehalogenation of the substrate. [Pg.290]

A number of studies have been made of the reduction of model enones in buffered aqueous or buffered ethanolic solutions in order to elucidate the sequence of electron transfer, proton transfer, and coupling steps as a function of pH [39-42,91-95]. The experimental methods applied include polarography, CV, LSV, and chronocoulometry. [Pg.812]

Richardson JT, Lei M, Thrk B, Forester K, Twigg MV. Reduction of model steam reforming catalysts Ni0/a-Al203. Appl Catal A. 1994 110 217. [Pg.158]

Richardson, J. T., Turk, B. Twigg, M. V. (1996). Reduction of model steam reforming catalysts effect of oxide additives. Appl. Catal. A Gen., 148,97-112. [Pg.209]

Pelecanou, M. and M. Novak. 1985. Oxidation-reduction reactions of N-sulfonoxyacetanilides mechanisms of the halide-induced reduction of models for the carcinogenic metabolites of aromatic amides. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 107 4499-4503. [Pg.181]

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** Example of Basic Frequency-weighted Model Reduction **

** Examples of Model State Reduction Techniques **

** Kinetic model for reduction of fused iron catalyst **

** Mechanism of the Reduction with NAD(P)H Models **

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