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Pore size effects in high-temperature Fischer-Tropsch synthesis over supported iron catalysts
Conversion of Cellulose into Sorbitol over Carbon Nanotube-Supported Ruthenium Catalyst
Cellulose samples with different crystallinities (33–85%) were prepared by treating a commercial cellulose (crystalline, 85%) with phosphoric acid under different conditions. Supported Fe, Co, Ni,…
Development of Novel Catalysts for Fischer–Tropsch Synthesis: Tuning the Product Selectivity
Fischer–Tropsch synthesis is a heterogeneous catalytic process for the production of clean hydrocarbon fuels or chemicals from synthesis gas (CO+H2), which can be derived from non‐petroleum…
Polyoxometalates as efficient catalysts for transformations of cellulose into platform chemicals.
Owing to their unique features such as strong acidity, water-tolerance, low corrosiveness and recoverability, polyoxometalates have shown promising performances in transformations of cellulose into platform chemicals both in homogeneous and heterogeneous systems.
Semiconductor-based nanocomposites for photocatalytic H2 production and CO2 conversion.
It has been demonstrated that the design and preparation of nanocomposites with proper structures can facilitate charge separation/migration and decrease the charge recombination probability, thus promoting the photocatalytic activity.
Direct conversion of methane into oxygenates
Behavior of active sites on Cr-MCM-41 catalysts during the dehydrogenation of propane with CO2
CdS-graphene and CdS-CNT nanocomposites as visible-light photocatalysts for hydrogen evolution and organic dye degradation
CdS–graphene (GR) and CdS–carbon nanotube (CNT) nanocomposites prepared by a hydrothermal method were studied as photocatalysts for the evolution of hydrogen and the degradation of methyl orange (MO)…
Impact of Hydrogenolysis on the Selectivity of the Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis: Diesel Fuel Production over Mesoporous Zeolite-Y-Supported Cobalt Nanoparticles.
It is demonstrated that effective control of hydrogenolysis by using mesoporous zeolite Y-supported cobalt nanoparticles can enhance the diesel fuel selectivity while keeping methane selectivity low.
Hydrotalcite-supported gold catalyst for the oxidant-free dehydrogenation of benzyl alcohol: studies on support and gold size effects.
It is suggested that the acid-base properties of the support and the size of Au nanoparticles are two key factors controlling the alcohol dehydrogenation catalysis.