Spectroscopy in Catalysis

Building up vibrational spectroscopy in catalysis incorporates the usage of high- pressure in-situ infrared spectroscopy and the optimization of the experimental set-up, and additionally the advancement and use of projects for deteriorating vibrational spectra. Calculated vibrational spectra support the understanding of estimated spectra and enable expectations to be made about the affectability of IR spectroscopy in catalytic reactions. The vibrational properties can be correlated with those from NMR spectroscopy and cast light on interesting relationships between structure and properties.

Control at Source: It involves suitable alterations in the choice of raw materials and process in treatment of exhaust gases before finally discharged and increasing stock height up to 38 metres in order to ensure proper mixing of the discharged pollut­ants.

Selection of Industry Site: The industrial site should be properly examined considering the climatic and topographical characteristics before setting of the industry.

Treatment of Industrial Waste: The industrial wastes should be subjected to proper treatment before their discharge.4. Plantation: Intensive plantation in the region considerably reduces the dust, smoke and other pollutants.5. Stringent Government Action: Government should take strin­gent action against industries which discharge higher amount of pollutants into the environment than the level prescribed by Pollu­tion Control Board.

 

  • Raman spectroscopy
  • NMR spectroscopy
  • Vibrational spectroscopy
  • Optical Spectroscopy
  • IR spectroscopy

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