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Extraordinarily large kinetic isotope effect on alkene hydrogenation over Rh-based intermetallic compounds

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Title: Extraordinarily large kinetic isotope effect on alkene hydrogenation over Rh-based intermetallic compounds
Authors: Furukawa, Shinya Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Yi, Pingping Browse this author
Kunisada, Yuji Browse this author
Shimizu, Ken-Ichi Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Keywords: Kinetic isotope effect
intermetallic compound
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2019
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Journal Title: Science and technology of advanced materials
Volume: 20
Issue: 1
Start Page: 805
End Page: 812
Publisher DOI: 10.1080/14686996.2019.1642139
Abstract: A series of Rh-based intermetallic compounds supported on silica was prepared and tested in alkene hydrogenation at room temperature. H-2 and D-2 were used as the hydrogen sources and the kinetic isotope effect (KIE) in hydrogenation was studied. In styrene hydrogenation, the KIE values differed strongly depending on the intermetallic phase, and some intermetallic compounds with Sb and Pb exhibited remarkably high KIE values (>28). An extraordinarily high KIE value of 91, which has never been reported in catalytic reactions at room temperature, was observed particularly for RhPb2/SiO2. RhPb2/SiO2 also showed high KIE values in the hydrogenation of other unsaturated hydrocarbons such as phenylacetylene and cyclohexene. The density functional theory calculation focused on the surface diffusion of hydrogen suggested no contribution of the quantum tunneling effect to the high KIE values observed. A kinetic study revealed that the dissociative adsorption of H-2 (D-2) was the rate-determining step in the styrene hydrogenation over RhPb2/SiO2. We propose that the large KIE originates from the quantum tunneling occurring at the hydrogen adsorption process with the aid of the specific surface structure of the intermetallic compound and adsorbate alkene. [GRAPHICS] .
Rights: This article was first published in Science and Technology of Advanced Materials on behalf of the National Institute for Materials Research by IOP Publishing, which maintains the Version of Record
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