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Theoretical and Experimental Chemistry

, Volume 33, Issue 5, pp 254–271 | Cite as

Kinetic and mechanistic features of carbon monoxide hydrogenation over supported transition metals

  • N. V. Pavlenko
  • N. I. Il'chenko
  • Yu. I. Pyatnitskii
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Abstract

Data on the kinetics and mechanism of carbon monoxide hydrogenation to form alkanes, alkenes, and alcohols over supported transition metals are summarized and correlated. The observed kinetics of the overall carbon monoxide conversion can be interpreted on the basis of a mechanism that includes equilibrium adsorption of CO in the molecular form and equilibrium dissociative adsorption of hydrogen. Detailed mechanistic schemes and the corresponding kinetic models are presented for the reactions of formation of alkanes, alkanes, and alcohols. Catalytic activity and selectivity are examined in relation to the adsorptive and physicochemical properties of the catalysts.

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Kinetic Equation Rhodium Nickel Catalyst Reactant Concentration Vanadium Oxide 
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  • N. V. Pavlenko
  • N. I. Il'chenko
  • Yu. I. Pyatnitskii

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