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Author Niwa, Miki.
Title Characterization and design of zeolite catalysts : solid acidity, shape selectivity and loading properties / Miki Niwa, Naonobu Katada, Kazu Okumura.
Imprint Heidelberg ; New York : Springer-Verlag, 2010.

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Author Niwa, Miki.
Series Springer series in materials science ; 141
Springer series in materials science ; v. 141.
Subject Zeolite catalysts.
Alt Name Katada, Naonobu.
Okumura, Kazu.
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Author Niwa, Miki.
Series Springer series in materials science ; 141
Springer series in materials science ; v. 141.
Subject Zeolite catalysts.
Alt Name Katada, Naonobu.
Okumura, Kazu.
Description 1 online resource (x, 184 pages) : illustrations (some color).
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Note continued: 3.6. Distorted Structure of Zeolite and Related Material with Lewis Acidity and Broad Distribution of Acid Strength -- 3.7. Measurements of Metal Oxide Overlayer -- 3.8. Extinction Coefficients of NH4 + and NH3 Adsorbed on Brnsted and Lewis Acid Sites, Respectively -- References -- 4. DFT Calculation of the Solid Acidity -- 4.1. DFT Calculation -- 4.1.1. DFT Calculation Applied to the Study on Brnsted Acidity -- 4.1.2. Embedded Cluster and Periodic Boundary Conditions -- 4.2. Application to Chabazite, a Simple Zeolite -- 4.2.1. Brnsted Acid Sites in Chabazite Based on the Models Within the Periodic Boundary Conditions -- 4.2.2. Brnsted Acid Site in an Embedded Cluster Model -- 4.3. Application to Other Zeolites -- 4.3.1. FAU, MOR, and BEA Calculated Under the Conditions of the Embedded Cluster and the Periodic Boundary -- 4.3.2. MFI, FER, and MWW Calculated Under the Embedded Cluster Model -- 4.4. Modified Zeolites -- 4.4.1. Divalent Cation-Exchanged Y Zeolites Based on the Embedded Cluster Model -- 4.4.2. Modified Brnsted OH in Y Zeolite Based on the Periodic Boundary Conditions -- 4.5. Dependence of Brnsted Acid Strength on Local Geometry -- References -- 5. Catalytic Activity and Adsorption Property -- 5.1. Paraffin Cracking -- 5.1.1. Evaluation of Intrinsic Activity of Acid Site -- 5.1.2. Dependence of Activity on Acid Strength -- 5.1.3. Thermodynamic Description on Correlation Between Activation Energy and Ammonia Desorption Heat -- 5.1.4. Behavior of Acid Sites in 8- and 12-Rings of Mordenite -- 5.2. Adsorption of Aromatic Hydrocarbons -- 5.3. Friedel-Crafts Alkylation on Ga-MCM-41 -- 5.4. Amination of Phenol into Aniline on Ga/ZSM-5 -- References -- 6. CVD of Silica for the Shape Selective Reaction -- 6.1. Reactants and Products Shape Selectivity, Concept and Definition.
Note continued: 6.2. Chemical Vapor Deposition of Silica and the Procedure -- 6.3. Formation of Silica Overlayer on the External Surface -- 6.3.1. Method of Benzene-Filled Pore for the Measurement of External Surface Area -- 6.3.2. Mechanism of CVD to form the Silica Overlayer -- 6.3.3. Formation of Silica Overlayer on Zeolite and Metal Oxide, and Its Function -- 6.4. Fine Control of Pore-Opening Size -- 6.4.1. Mordenite -- 6.4.2. MFI Zeolite -- 6.4.3. Zeolite -- 6.4.4. Y Zeolite -- 6.5. Characterization of Deposited Oxide -- 6.5.1. XPS Measurements -- 6.5.2. EXAFS of the Deposited Germanium -- 6.5.3. TEM Observation -- 6.6. External Surface Acidity: Measurements and Inactivation -- References -- 7. Application of the CVD of Silica to the Shape Selective Reaction -- 7.1. Selective Formation of Para-Dialkylbenzene -- 7.1.1. Principle of the Shape Selectivity -- 7.1.2. CVD Zeolite to Produce the Para-Dialkylbenzene -- 7.1.3. In Situ Production of CVD Zeolites -- 7.1.4. HZSM-5 In Situ and Ex Situ Prepared for the CVD of Silicon Alkoxide -- 7.1.5. CLD of Silica for the Shape Selective Adsorption -- 7.2. Selective Cracking of Linear Alkane (Dewaxing) -- 7.3. Various Applications -- 7.3.1. Preferential Production of Dimethylamine from Methanol and Ammonia -- 7.3.2. Improvement of the Life and the Activity of Catalysts -- 7.3.3. Selective Removal of Undesired Products -- 7.3.4. Applications to Zeolites from Various View-Points -- References -- 8. Zeolite Loading Property for Active Sites and XAFS Measurements -- 8.1. EXAFS and XANES Measurements of Loaded Metals -- 8.1.1. DXAFS and QXAFS Analysis -- 8.1.2. Formation of Molecular-Like PdO Through the Interaction with Acid Sites of Zeolites -- 8.1.3. Reversible Cluster Formation Through the Interaction with Acid Sites of Zeolites.
Note continued: 8.2. In Situ QXAFS Studies on the Dynamic Coalescence and Dispersion Processes of Pd in USY Zeolite -- 8.3. Formation of the Atomically Dispersed Pd0 Through H2 Bubbling in o-Xylene: XAFS Measurements of Metals in the Liquid -- References -- 9. Catalytic Reaction on the Palladium-Loaded Zeolites -- 9.1. Combustion of Hydrocarbons Over Pd-Supported Catalysts -- 9.1.1. Toluene Combustion -- 9.1.2. Methane Combustion -- 9.2. Selective Reduction of NO with Methane in the Presence of Oxygen -- 9.2.1. Improvement in the Activity Derived by the Combined Effect of Adsorbent of Aromatic Acids -- 9.3. Cross-Coupling Reactions Over Pd Loaded on FAU-Type Zeolites -- 9.3.1. Heck Coupling Reactions Over Pd Loaded on H-Y Zeolites -- 9.3.2. Remarkable Enhancement of Catalytic Activity Induced by the H2 Bubbling in Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling Reactions -- 9.3.3. Possible Mechanism for the Formation of Active Pd Species in o-Xylene -- References.
Summary Zeolites are microporous, aluminosilicate minerals commonly used as commercial adsorbents. Zeolite-based catalysts are used by industrial chemical companies in the interconversion of hydrocarbons and the alkylation of aromatic compounds. The current book deals with the characterization of specific properties of Zeolites and calculations for the design of catalysts. Measurements and utilization of solid acidity, shape selectivity, and loading properties, that are three prominent properties of a Zeolite catalyst, are treated in detail. These features concern chemical vapor deposition of silica, shape selectivity, loading properties, solid activity, Brnsted or Lewis character, ammonia temperature programmed desorption, control of the pore-opening size by chemical vapor deposition of silica and XAFS analysis of metals being highly dispersed inside and outside a framework.
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ISBN 9783642126208
3642126200
9783642126192
3642126197
OCLC # 668082976
Additional Format Print version: Niwa, Miki. Characterization and design of zeolite catalysts 9783642126192


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