Design of 3-D mesoporous silylated titanosilicate supported gold nanoparticles for direct vapor phase epoxidation of propylene: Role of solid and gaseous promoters

Abstract

Three dimensional sponglike mesoporous silylated titanosilicate supported gold nanoparticles has recently shown its potential for direct vapor phase epoxidation of propylene using H<inf>2</inf> and O<inf>2</inf> recently. But fast catalyst deactivation and less hydrogen efficiency was the major problem to overcome. In this presentation we focus on the use… (More)

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@article{Chowdhury2010DesignO3, title={Design of 3-D mesoporous silylated titanosilicate supported gold nanoparticles for direct vapor phase epoxidation of propylene: Role of solid and gaseous promoters}, author={Biswajit Chowdhury and Masatake Haruta}, journal={2010 International Conference on Chemistry and Chemical Engineering}, year={2010}, pages={213-213} }