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Synthesis of Light Olefins from Oxygenated Organic Compounds over Metallosilicates with MFI and MTW-type Zeolite Structures

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Title: Synthesis of Light Olefins from Oxygenated Organic Compounds over Metallosilicates with MFI and MTW-type Zeolite Structures
Other Titles: MFI型,MTW型ゼオライト構造を有するメタロシリケートを用いた含酸素有機物からの低級オレフィン合成
Authors: Nakasaka, Yuta1 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Tago, Teruoki2 Browse this author
Masuda, Takao3 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): 中坂, 佑太1
多湖, 輝興2
増田, 隆夫3
Keywords: Light olefin
Crystal size
Acid site strength
Oxygenated organic compound
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: 石油学会
Journal Title: Journal of the Japan Petroleum Institute
Volume: 60
Issue: 6
Start Page: 277
End Page: 287
Publisher DOI: 10.1627/jpi.60.277
Abstract: Selective production of light olefins over zeolite catalyst requires control of consecutive reactions because the objective products are intermediates. In catalytic reactions using zeolite, the diffusion resistance of both the raw material and products within the crystal, and acid site strength of the zeolite, strongly affect the catalyst activity and selectivity. This review describes the preparation of macro, and nano-sized ferrisilicate and ferroalumino-silicate with MFI and MTW-type zeolite structures and their application to the production of light olefins from oxygenated organic compounds such as acetone and methanol. Nano-sized ferrisilicate with MFI-type zeolite structure showed more stable activity compared to macro-sized zeolite in the acetone to olefin and methanol to olefin reactions. Moreover, metallosilicates containing Fe atoms in the zeolite framework had higher selectivity for light compared to aluminosilicate due to suppression of the consecutive reactions forming aromatics and coke. Ferroaluminosilicate containing two types of Bronsted acid sites, derived from both Fe and Al atoms in the framework, was the most effective catalyst for the production of light olefins from methanol.
Type: article
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Submitter: 増田 隆夫

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