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2022 ◽  
Vol 26 (2) ◽  
pp. 100981
Ashitha Gopinath ◽  
Lakshmi Pisharody ◽  
Amishi Popat ◽  
P.V. Nidheesh

ChemSusChem ◽  
2022 ◽  
Reibelle Q. Raguindin ◽  
Bezawit Z. Desalegn ◽  
Hiremath Vishwanath ◽  
Mahlet N. Gebresillase ◽  
Jeong Gil Seo

Materials ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 15 (1) ◽  
pp. 386
Héctor de Paz Carmona ◽  
Jakub Frątczak ◽  
Zdeněk Tišler ◽  
José Miguel Hidalgo Herrador

Phonolite material has shown to be promising catalyst support for the deoxygenation of triglycerides. In this work, we continue with our previous research by synthesising and testing three acid-treated phonolite-supported Co-Mo, Ni-Mo and Ni-W catalysts for the hydrotreating of atmospheric gas oil and co-processing with rapeseed oil at industrial operating conditions (350–370 °C, WHSV 1–2 h−1, 5.5 MPa) in the continuous regime for more than 270 h. The phonolite-supported catalysts showed hydrotreating activity comparable with commercial catalysts, together with a complete conversion of triglycerides into n-alkanes. During co-processing, the Ni-promoted catalyst showed strong stability, with similar activity previous to the rapeseed oil addition. Our results enable us to evaluate the suitability of phonolite as catalyst support for the development of plausible alternatives to conventional hydrotreating catalysts for the co-processing of middle distillates with vegetable oils.

Bin Yang ◽  
Yifu Wang ◽  
Longtai Li ◽  
Biao Gao ◽  
Lingxia Zhang ◽  

The performance optimization of ceria (CeO2)-supported catalysts in heterogeneous reactions can be enabled by the control of crystal morphology. However, the insights into how CeO2-morphology affects the CO2 hydrogenation performance...

2022 ◽  
Niraj Kumar Vishwakarma ◽  
Shikha Singh ◽  
Sambhav Vishwakarma ◽  
Ajay Kumar Shahi ◽  
Vijay K. Patel ◽  

Solid supported catalysts such as amines has high demand for chemical fixation of CO2 into commodity chemicals. Here, we demonstrate an accelerated platform for 1,8-diazabicyclo[5.4.0]undec-7-ene (DBU)-ionic liquids (ILs) catalyzed CO2...

Xingjian Liu ◽  
Jingwen Li ◽  
Yanwen Guo ◽  
Jiang Wu ◽  
Bing Hu

In this study, a novel phosphotungstic acid based dicationic ionic liquid [C2(MIM)2]PW12O40 was successfully prepared and immobilized on graphitic carbon nitride (g-C3N4). The supported catalysts wt% [C2(MIM)2]PW12O40/g-C3N4 (wt=3%, 10%, 30%,...

2021 ◽  
Sara Gücyeter ◽  
Richard Erpelding ◽  
Magnus S. Schmidt

AbstractLignin is a potentially high natural source of biological aromatic substances. However, decomposition of the polymer has proven to be quite challenging, as the complex bonds are fairly difficult to break down chemically. This article is intended to provide an overview of various recent methods for the catalytic chemical depolymerization of the biopolymer lignin into chemical products. For this purpose, nickel-, zeolite- and palladium-supported catalysts were examined in detail. In order to achieve this, various experiments of the last years were collected, and the efficiency of the individual catalysts was examined. This included evaluating the reaction conditions under which the catalysts work most efficiently. The influence of co-catalysts and Lewis acidity was also investigated. The results show that it is possible to control the obtained product selectivity very well by the choice of the respective catalysts combined with the proper reaction conditions.

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