Low-Temperature Transformation of Methane to Methanol on Pd1 O4 Single Sites Anchored on the Internal Surface of Microporous Silicate.

  title={Low-Temperature Transformation of Methane to Methanol on Pd1 O4 Single Sites Anchored on the Internal Surface of Microporous Silicate.},
  author={Weixin Huang and Shiran Zhang and Yu Tang and Yuting Li and Luan Nguyen and Yuanyuan Li and Junjun Shan and Dequan Xiao and Raphael Gagne and Anatoly I. Frenkel and Franklin Feng Tao},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  volume={55 43},
Direct conversion of methane to chemical feedstocks such as methanol under mild conditions is a challenging but ideal solution for utilization of methane. Pd1 O4 single-sites anchored on the internal surface of micropores of a microporous silicate exhibit high selectivity and activity in transforming CH4 to CH3 OH at 50-95 °C in aqueous phase through partial oxidation of CH4 with H2 O2 . The selectivity for methanol production remains at 86.4 %, while the activity for methanol production at 95… Expand
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