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Influence of Acid–Base Characteristics of Hierarchical Cu/Zr-MTW Zeolites on their Catalytic Properties in 1,3-Butadiene Production from Ethanol–Water Mixtures

The nature of mineralizing agent (HF, NH4F) and the Si/F ratio in the synthesis conditions is found to affect the formation of Zr- and Cu-containing acid sites on the surface of zirconium-containing hierarchical zeolites (Cu/Zr-MTW) modified by copper (2 wt.%). It is shown that in the conversion of 50 and 80 vol.% ethanol the highest yield of 1,3-butadiene is achieved in the presence of Cu/Zr-MTW (NH4F, Si/F = 4) catalyst, which is characterized by higher total surface acidity according to TPD-NH3.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

This research was carried out with partial financial support of the NASU programs “Support of priority areas of scientific research (KPKVK 6541230)” (0120U101212), “Fundamental problems of creating new substances and materials of chemical production” (0119U101562), and the project of the National Research Foundation of Ukraine “New effective zeolite catalysts for environmentally friendly conversion processes of renewable raw materials into valuable organic compounds” (0120U104981).

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Translated from Teoretychna ta Eksperymentalna Khimiya, Vol. 57, No. 5, pp. 294-300, September-October, 2021.

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Larina, O.V., Kurmach, M.M., Kyriienko, P.I. et al. Influence of Acid–Base Characteristics of Hierarchical Cu/Zr-MTW Zeolites on their Catalytic Properties in 1,3-Butadiene Production from Ethanol–Water Mixtures. Theor Exp Chem 57, 343–350 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11237-021-09703-4

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Keywords

  • ethanol–water mixtures
  • 1,3-butadiene
  • Cu/Zr-MTW
  • acid–base characteristics
  • H2O effect