Preparation of H5PMo10V2O40 catalyst immobilized on nitrogen-containing mesostructured cellular foam carbon (N-MCF-C) and its application to the vapor-phase oxidation of benzyl alcohol

Heesoo Kim, Ji Chul Jung, Dong Ryul Park, Howon Lee, Joohyung Lee, Sang Hee Lee, Sung Hyeon Baeck, Kwan Young Lee, Jongheop Yi, In Kyu Song

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Abstract

Nitrogen-containing mesostructured cellular foam carbon (N-MCF-C) was synthesized by a templating method using mesostructured cellular foam silica (MCF-S) and polypyrrole as a templating agent and a carbon precursor, respectively. The N-MCF-C was then modified to have a positive charge, and thus, to provide a site for the immobilization of [PMo10V2O40]5-. By taking advantage of the overall negative charge of [PMo10V2O40]5-, H5PMo10V2O40 (PMo10V2) catalyst was chemically immobilized on the N-MCF-C support as a charge-matching component. Characterization results showed that the PMo10V2 catalyst was finely dispersed on the N-MCF-C support via strong chemical interaction, and that the pore structure of N-MCF-C was still maintained even after the immobilization of PMo10V2. In the vapor-phase oxidation of benzyl alcohol, the PMo10V2/N-MCF-C catalyst showed a higher conversion and a higher oxidation activity (formation of benzaldehyde) than the unsupported PMo10V2 and PMo10V2/MCF-S catalysts.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)58-62
Number of pages5
JournalCatalysis Today
Volume132
Issue number1-4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008 Mar 1

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Benzyl Alcohol
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Nitrogen
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Vapors
Oxidation
Catalysts
Silicon Dioxide
Silica
Polypyrroles
Pore structure

Keywords

  • Benzyl alcohol oxidation
  • Chemical immobilization
  • Heteropolyacid
  • Nitrogen-containing mesostructured cellular foam carbon

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  • Catalysis
  • Process Chemistry and Technology

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Preparation of H5PMo10V2O40 catalyst immobilized on nitrogen-containing mesostructured cellular foam carbon (N-MCF-C) and its application to the vapor-phase oxidation of benzyl alcohol. / Kim, Heesoo; Jung, Ji Chul; Park, Dong Ryul; Lee, Howon; Lee, Joohyung; Lee, Sang Hee; Baeck, Sung Hyeon; Lee, Kwan Young; Yi, Jongheop; Song, In Kyu.

In: Catalysis Today, Vol. 132, No. 1-4, 01.03.2008, p. 58-62.

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Kim, Heesoo ; Jung, Ji Chul ; Park, Dong Ryul ; Lee, Howon ; Lee, Joohyung ; Lee, Sang Hee ; Baeck, Sung Hyeon ; Lee, Kwan Young ; Yi, Jongheop ; Song, In Kyu. / Preparation of H5PMo10V2O40 catalyst immobilized on nitrogen-containing mesostructured cellular foam carbon (N-MCF-C) and its application to the vapor-phase oxidation of benzyl alcohol. In: Catalysis Today. 2008 ; Vol. 132, No. 1-4. pp. 58-62.
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