Game of Go explains zeolite clogging | Research | Chemistry World

Article by · 9 mai 2017 ·

BY ANDREW JESKINS

9 MAY 2017

Ancient board game inspires theoretical model that helps predict ideal reaction conditions for zeolite catalysts The empty zeolite pores (white) become clogged by coke (black). Once an area (grey) is surrounded by clogged pores, it becomes inaccessible and inactive, despite not being blocked Taking inspiration from the ancient board game Go, researchers from China have built a model to show how porous zeolite catalysts become clogged by carbon deposit (…)

Game of Go explains zeolite cloggingSource : Game of Go explains zeolite clogging | Research | Chemistry World


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