Microporous Zeolites and Related Nanoporous Materials: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications in Catalysis
Kumar, Narendra (editor)
Microporous zeolites and nanoporous materials are important from an academic and industrial research perspective. These inorganic materials have found application as catalysts in several industrial processes in oil refinery, petro-chemical reactions, fine chemicals, speciality, drug discovery and pharmaceutical synthesis, exhaust emission control for stationary and mobile engines and industrial wastewater treatment. The reasons for their versatile applications in several industrial processes are their unique properties of microporous zeolites and nanoporous materials such as uniform pores, channel systems, shape selectivity, resistance to coke formation, thermal and hydrothermal stability. Furthermore, the possibility to tune the amount and strength of Brønsted and Lewis acid sites and their crystal size, as well as the possibility of modification with transition and noble metals, are key to their success as efficient, high selectivity and stable catalysts.
Keywordszeolitic imidazolate frameworks; Zn-Co@N-doped carbon; transesterification; Ti-CFI; Ti-CIT-5; extra-large-pore; zeolites; fluorides; titanosilicates; oxidation; generalized macro-transport theory; adsorbent and non-adsorbent membranes; bulk and surface diffusion; heterogeneous catalysis; mass transfer and effectiveness factor; mesoporous H-ZSM-5; methanol-to-olefin (MTO); propylene; acid sites density; operando UV-vis spectroscopy; CO2 assisted dehydrogenation; isobutane; silicalite-1; SBA-15; carbamazepine; ozone; catalysts synthesis and characterization; catalytic ozonation; isosorbide; solid acid catalyst; sorbitol; dehydration; bisphenol A; diclofenac; heterogeneous catalyst; catalyst characterization; advanced oxidation processes; methanol to aromatics; para-xylene; selectivity; phosphorous modified ZSM-5; advanced oxidation process; catalyst preparation; wastewater treatment; interzeolite conversion method; CHA-type zeolite; LTL-type zeolite; crystallization mechanism; MTO reaction; α-Pinene oxide; campholenic aldehyde; trans-carveol; isomerization; MoO3-zeolite BETA; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Technology: general issues