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- 3Bimetallic catalysts
- 2Ring opening
- 1Catalyst poisoning
- 1Competitive ion-exchange
Selective ring opening of naphthenic molecules is a preferred reaction to increase cetane number of fuels, and it should result in products with no loss in molecular weight and longer alkyl side chains. Benzocyclopentane (indan) ring opening was studied under hydrogen atmospheric pressure at 609...
Bimetallicity is known to provide synergistic effects and improve catalytic performance of monometallic counterparts in a variety of applications. Conventional impregnation methods for supported catalyst preparation do not allow for the control of bimetallic nanoparticle structure or size, which...
Recently, considerable research has been conducted into solid-acid catalyzed carbonylation of dimethyl ether (DME) to methyl acetate (MeOAc), which can be further used for the iodine-free production of ethanol or acetic acid. The zeolite mordenite (H-MOR) is known as a potential catalyst but is...