2007 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For scholarship on catalysis, innovative research on hydroprocessing and supported molecular catalysts, and exemplary leadership in collaborative university/industry research.
Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Metal, Photochemistry and Organic chemistry are his primary areas of study. The Catalysis study combines topics in areas such as Crystallography and Adsorption. Bruce C. Gates has researched Inorganic chemistry in several fields, including Platinum, Carbon monoxide, Extended X-ray absorption fine structure, Absorption spectroscopy and Infrared spectroscopy.
His Extended X-ray absorption fine structure study incorporates themes from XANES and Iridium. The Metal study combines topics in areas such as Characterization, Oxide, Combinatorial chemistry and Organometallic chemistry. Bruce C. Gates combines subjects such as Thiophene, Alkane, Selectivity, Nucleophile and Dibenzothiophene with his study of Photochemistry.
Bruce C. Gates spends much of his time researching Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Metal, Infrared spectroscopy and Crystallography. His studies deal with areas such as Photochemistry and Polymer chemistry as well as Catalysis. His research investigates the connection with Inorganic chemistry and areas like Isomerization which intersect with concerns in Butane.
His Metal research includes themes of Oxide, Organometallic chemistry, Ligand and Chemical engineering. His research integrates issues of Carbon monoxide and Chemisorption in his study of Infrared spectroscopy. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Crystallography, Absorption, Physical chemistry and Coordination number is strongly linked to Extended X-ray absorption fine structure.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Catalysis, Metal, Iridium, Inorganic chemistry and Zeolite. The concepts of his Catalysis study are interwoven with issues in Photochemistry, Chemical engineering and Polymer chemistry. His work investigates the relationship between Metal and topics such as Nanotechnology that intersect with problems in Nanometre and Heterogeneous catalysis.
His Iridium research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Scanning transmission electron microscopy, Crystallography, Infrared spectroscopy, Physical chemistry and Density functional theory. His Inorganic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Hydrodeoxygenation and Platinum. His Zeolite research integrates issues from Selectivity, Adsorption and Isostructural.
Bruce C. Gates mainly investigates Catalysis, Metal, Inorganic chemistry, Zeolite and Iridium. His work deals with themes such as Photochemistry and Nanotechnology, which intersect with Catalysis. The various areas that Bruce C. Gates examines in his Metal study include Oxide, Nanoclusters, Nanoparticle, Combinatorial chemistry and Density functional theory.
He usually deals with Inorganic chemistry and limits it to topics linked to Metal catalyst and Ionic liquid, Resolution, Absorption, XANES and Porosity. His study looks at the intersection of Zeolite and topics like Platinum with Palladium. His research in Iridium intersects with topics in Cyclohexane, Ligand, Extended X-ray absorption fine structure and Cyclohexene.
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Chemistry of catalytic processes
Bruce C. Gates;James R. Katzer;George C. A. Schuit.
Reactivities, reaction networks, and kinetics in high-pressure catalytic hydroprocessing
Michael J. Girgis;Bruce C. Gates.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (1991)
Supported Metal Clusters: Synthesis, Structure, and Catalysis
B. C. Gates.
Chemical Reviews (1995)
Upgrading of lignin-derived bio-oils by catalytic hydrodeoxygenation
Majid Saidi;Fereshteh Samimi;Dornaz Karimipourfard;Tarit Nimmanwudipong;Tarit Nimmanwudipong.
Energy and Environmental Science (2014)
Catalysis by Supported Gold: Correlation between Catalytic Activity for CO Oxidation and Oxidation States of Gold
Javier Guzman;Bruce C. Gates.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Chemistry and engineering of catalytic hydrodesulfurization
G. C. A. Schuit;B. C. Gates.
Aiche Journal (1973)
Atomically dispersed supported metal catalysts.
Maria Flytzani-Stephanopoulos;Bruce C. Gates.
Annual Review of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (2012)
Catalysis by Metal Organic Frameworks: Perspective and Suggestions for Future Research
Dong Yang;Bruce C. Gates.
ACS Catalysis (2019)
Metal Clusters in Catalysis
Bruce C. Gates;H. Knözinger;L. Guczi.
Size-dependent catalytic activity of supported metal clusters
Z. Xu;F.-S. Xiao;S. K. Purnell;O. Alexeev.
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