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Título : Catalysis research in Venezuela
Autor : Goldwasser, Mireya
Fecha de publicación : 2003
Descripción : The existence of oil, gas and coal resources in Venezuela led directly to the country’s need for research and development in the field of catalysis. With the intention of contributing to the development of the chemical industry, especially relating to the refining processes in the Venezuelan oil industry (PDVSA), catalysis studies began in 1964 with a cooperation agreement between the Chemistry School of the Science Faculty of the Universidad Central de Venezuela and the Research Institute of Catalysis of Munich. To begin with personnel were recruited; before the establishment of research activities. The provision of infrastructure and equipment took a little longer, but once established the growth in research activities never stopped. The pioneering effort of Prof. Noller from Germany and his students (P. Andréu from Spain and Edmundo Schmidt, from Venezuela) led to the creation of all the existing catalysis groups in the country and in 1983[1,2] to the foundation of the Venezuelan Catalysis Society.
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