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Advances in catalysis. Volume 57.
Amsterdam : Elsevier : Academic Press, 2014
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|Description:||1 online resource (pages cm)|
|Contents:||Front Cover; Advances in Catalysis; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Helmut Knözinger; Chapter One: Science and Technology of Framework Metal-Containing Zeotype Catalysts; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Framework metal-containing zeotype materials: Classification; 1.2. Significance of framework metal-containing zeotype materials; 1.3. Scope and organization; 1.4. Methodology of literature analysis; 2. Synthesis and Structural Properties; 2.1. General synthesis procedures; 2.2. Titanium-containing zeotype and ordered mesoporous materials; 2.2.1. TS-1; 18.104.22.168. History. 22.214.171.124. TS-1 synthesis126.96.36.199. Location of titanium in the framework of TS-1; 2.2.2. Ti-MCM-41; 2.2.3. Ti-SBA-15; 2.2.4. Ti-UTD; 2.2.5. Other titanium-containing zeotype materials; 2.2.6. Summary: Titanium-containing materials; 2.3. Vanadium-containing zeotype and ordered mesoporous materials; 2.4. Tin-containing zeotype and ordered mesoporous materials; 2.5. Iron-containing zeotype materials; 2.6. Gallium-containing zeotype materials; 2.7. Further metal framework-containing zeotype or ordered mesoporous materials; 3. Catalytic Reactions. 3.1. Types of catalytic transformations grouped by nature of metal3.2. Epoxidation of olefins; 3.2.1. Overview: Oxidants and effect of olefin constitution; 3.2.2. Propylene oxide; 188.8.131.52. Epoxidation of propylene to propylene oxide with hydrogen peroxide; 184.108.40.206. Epoxidation of propylene to PO with organic hydroperoxides; 3.3. Hydroxylation of aromatic compounds; 3.3.1. Overview: Target products and oxidants; 3.3.2. Oxidation of benzene; 220.127.116.11. Oxidation of benzene with hydrogen peroxide; 18.104.22.168. Oxidation of Benzene with N2O; 3.3.3. Oxidation of phenol with hydrogen peroxide. 3.4. Ammoximation of cyclohexanone to cyclohexanone oxime3.5. Oxidations and reductions catalyzed by weak Lewis acids (with emphasis of tin-containing materials); 3.5.1. Overview of catalysts and reactions; 3.5.2. Mechanism of BV oxidation; 3.5.3. Structure-activity relationships; 3.6. Isomerizations and esterifications for the synthesis of chemicals and fuels from renewable feedstocks; 3.7. Aromatization of light petroleum gas; 4. Industrial Applications; 4.1. Overview of catalysts and oxidants; 4.1.1. Commercially employed catalyst materials and their availability. 4.1.2. Assessment of commercial availability of H2O2 for oxidation processes catalyzed by framework metal-containing zeot ... 4.2. Epoxidation of olefins: Production of PO through epoxidation of propylene; 4.2.1. Comparison of existing and new technologies for propylene epoxidation; 4.2.2. PO synthesis using hydrogen peroxide and TS-1; 22.214.171.124. The HPPO process of Dow Chemical and BASF; 126.96.36.199. Degussa/UHDE PO process; 4.2.3. PO synthesis using cumene hydroperoxide; 4.2.4. PO synthesis with in situ generation of H2O2 from H2 and O2.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Friederike C. Jentoft.|