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Application of in situ Mssbauer spectroscopy for the


study of tin-modified Pt and Au catalysts used in low
temperature CO oxidation
Borbth I.1, Somodi F.1, Hegeds M.1, Stichleutner S.2, Lzr K.2,
Margitfalvi J.L.1
1

Institute of Nanochemistry and Catalysis, Chemical Research Center,


HAS, Budapest, PO.B. 17, H-1525 Hungary
2
Institute of Isotopes, HAS, Budapest, P.O. Box 77, H-1525 Hungary
borbath@chemres.hu

Low temperature CO oxidation over SiO2 and Al2O3 supported


Sn-modified Pt and Au catalysts prepared by an organometallic method
have been investigated using Thermal Programmed Oxidation technique.
In situ 119Sn Mssbauer spectroscopy has been used to follow
compositional and structural changes of these catalysts during the
catalytic run. All results indicated that the origin of the promoting effect
of tin is rather complex.
The results of Mssbauer spectroscopy over SiO2 and Al2O3
supported alloy type Sn-Pt catalysts with different Sn/Pt ratios showed
that under condition of CO oxidation the PtSn alloy phases are oxidized
and strongly reconstructed. Alloy phases were transformed to Sn4+ oxide
species and Sn-Pt alloys with decreasing tin content in the order: PtSn4
PtSn2 Pt2Sn3 PtSn Pt3Sn. The results show that the in situ
formed, highly mobile Snn+-Pt ensemble sites are responsible for high
activity.
Analysis of in situ Mssbauer spectra obtained over Au/SnOx-Al2O3
catalysts shows that after activation in H2 at 350oC all the three oxidation
states of tin (Sn4+, Sn2+ and Sn0 in AuSn alloy) coexist. Upon reduction
/oxidation cycle, almost 80 % of tin may take part in the reversible
interconversions of Sn4+ to Sn2+ and to AuSn alloy. The activity
measurements suggested that the atomic closeness of Au nanoparticles
and Sn species may play important role in the activation of O2.
Moreover, results indicate that the high activity can also be attributed to
the stabilization of well-dispersed Au particles by surface Snn+ ions.

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Pd(-OCOCH3)Zn(OH2)
Pd3(-OCOCH3)6 Zn(OCOCH3)22H2O
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XRD EXAFS
in-situ ,
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11-03-00820, 11-03-01020) /.
:
[1] N.Yu. Kozitsyna, S.E. Nefedov, F.M. Dolgushin, N.V. Cherkashina,
M.N. Vargaftik, I.I. Moiseev, Inorg. Chim. Acta 359 (2006) 2072-2086
[2] A.V. Chistyakov, M.V. Tsodikov, V.Yu Murzin, F.A. Yandieva,
Ya.V. Zubavichus, N. Yu. Kositsyna, V.V. Kriventsov, A.E. Gekhman,
I.I. Moiseev. Kinet. Catal. 52 (2011) V2 1-16.
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,
.
[1,2] (
700-900),
75-82%
, Mo, Pt - 95-99 %.
,

, ,
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Au/Al2O3:


.., .., .., ..,
.., .., .., ..
,
moroz@catalysis.ru


Au/Al2O3,
(,
, , .).
Al2O3
,
(Eact).

(Tcalc).
Eact, ,
Tcalc > 670 K,
Au
,
Au0 Al2O3.
Al2O3
,

Al2O3 AuO.

Au/Al2O3
.
Au ,

,
N,C,
Au .

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.., .., ..
. .. ,
kseniazhavoronkova@rambler.ru
()

.
,
, , ,
.
2-D2
77273 Ru, Rh, Pt, ,
,
, :
, -Al2O3, SiO2.
,
,
, ,
, .
, Ru/ Al2O3 Ru/
, ..
. ,
2-D2
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,
, . ,
,
.

,
, .
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c. 8- 16.
63

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,
[1],
, , ,
,


.

, .


,
.

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.

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.. 2007, 2, 47.
64

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NO Ag7 ,
.
-

.., .., .., ..
,
shor-elena@rambler.ru
(NO3-/)

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[1].
, -
, -
[2,3], NO
Ag7,

,

(NO/Ag7/SiO2, O2/Ag7/SiO2)
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.


, .

, .
,
,

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-
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,
. , 68, 420015,
isakov@kstu.ru
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L11 ( ) ,
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,
- ,
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, (Al6O9)
.

Pt4Al6O9

Pt6Al6O9

Pt14(A)

Pt14()

,
.
; ,
;
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67

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Zr Ti.

..1, ..1, ..2, ..1,
..1
1


. .. ,
2
. .. ,
leila_ust@mail.ru


-,
,
. , C-C

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.
- .
-.
,
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.

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)
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,
starokon@catalysis.ru

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,
,
.

4
.
Fe-ZSM-5, FeII (-),

- (-, ):
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. ,
,
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,
Fe-ZSM-5
100 /.
,

. 50
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.
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.
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69

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, Si3N4
..1, ..2, ..3, ..3,
..1
1

,
,
3
,
blohina@sibmail.com


Si3N4 Ag
[1].

(5 %
Ag/Si3N4). . ,


(50100 ) ,
.
Ag/Si3N4,
~ 41 % ~ 76 %.

- . ,

54 %

97 %.
,


.
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.
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70

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, ,
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,
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.

( )
. ,
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. ,

.
,
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.
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71

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Ni(I) Ni(III)
.., .., .., ..
,
saraev@admin.isu.ru
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[1].

.

,
Ni(COD)2 / BF3OEt2
.
,
Ni(0) Ni(I)
[Ni(COD)2]+BF4-,
Ni(I),
Ni-C.

Ni(I)
Ni(III).

Ni(III) .

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2 22.
..1, ..1, .. 1, ..1,
Descorme C.2, Besson M.2
1

,
Institut de recherches sur la catalyse et lenvironnement de Lyon
Villeurbanne, France
oxanap@catalysis.ru


-
()
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.

,
,
(

), , ,
,
). -
: N2, , , , -,
,
,
(,
) (
, , ).
.
"
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73

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.., .., .., ..


,
lmk@anrb.ru

Zr
(L2ZrCl2) -, -
[1-5].

(),
-
Zr, -
.

-, -,
. -

.

,
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TiO2,
..1, ..2, Amal R.3, Teoh W.Y.3
1

. .. ,
2
,
3
School of chemical sciences and engineering, UNSW, Sydney, Australia
kokorin@chph.ras.ru
TiO2,
flame spray ,
0,005 < Fe/Ti < 0,3, , XRD
- ,
Fe-TiO2 .
Fe(III) :
- Fe(III) (S = 5/2)
0,005 < Fe/Ti < 0,05,
Fe(III) Fe/Ti 0,1.
Fe-TiO2

( > 400 ) 25C.
,
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..1, .2, ..2
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, ,
Laboratoire de catalyse en chimie organique, CNRS, UMR 6503,
,
loriettam@yandex.ru

1--4 -
(=253,7), =298 -Mo(VI)--[4,4'-2,2'-] , TiO2.


:
Cl-C6H4-CH2-CH3 UV,
Cl-C6H5 + 22 + H2O

[-Mo-/TiO2],2

Cl-C6H4-C(O)-CH3

-
CNRS .

76

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.., ..
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.

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,
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.. (),
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1-, 1-
1- PdI2-KI-CO-O2-CH3OH,
.
E(Pt),

200

( 05-0333151 09-03-01072).

150
100
50
0
-50
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100

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200

250

300

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.

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,

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,

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,


.., ..
,
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,

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20-40 .

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, .
Mn-C-Fe-Ni
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, .

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.

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2
,

3

,
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()


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,
.

.
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Ti, - Si, W, Zr, Ce
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-
,
, .
.

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,

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..1
1

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. .. ,
2
. ..
,
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,
.


.


.

[1], :
/AOT/.
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.

.
:
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.

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..
. .. ,
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MeCOO-, L2= (N--2), , MSt, , )
, ,
ROOH. ()
{M(acac)2 + L2},

(M(II)(acac)2)x(L2)y.

H-. ,
Ni2(OAc)3(acac)M2H2O (M=Ni(II), L2= N--2 (M))
H-
2010

.

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:


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. .. ,
,
. . 29, , 370143,
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,
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, .
,

,
.


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.
,
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. ..
, . , 299/2, 734063, ,
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,

,
.
, ,
,
.
()
() (),
()
. , , ,

,
.

,
(),

"" (). (wmax ()),

(tmax) (),
,
r ( r k 2 / k1 ), k1 k2
(k1) (k2).
,
. , , ,

.
86

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,
,

.., ..
, . , 36,
galanov@xf.tsu.ru

()
,
,
,
(),
.
,
Na2SiO3 5.0, 7.5 10.0 % .
160, 220 230 /, ,

:
W(CH4)=k4Os0.4.

[1]

1.210-31.2510-3 -1.
. 134
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,

,
. ,

. ,


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.




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.

,

.
-
.

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,


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.
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(II) (I)
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.. ,
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--


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. .. ,
,
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,
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,
, ,
:
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,
, , ,
, ;
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,
.

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,

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,
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- ,
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,
.
,
.
,
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,

.
,

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. Al2O3 (550) S = 480640 2/,
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, ,
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, ~12000 /
, .
,

, ,
, ,
,
.

.

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.
.
,
, .


.
560-570
39 / 33,5 . %, 1-3
4,3 . %.
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Expedient Catalyst Supports for Sophisticated


Catalyst Design
Malyschew A.
SASOL Germany GmbH, Anckelmannsplz. 1 D-20537 Hamburg,
Germany
alexander.malyschew@de.sasol.com
The selection of surface acidic properties is an important challenge in
catalyst design and construction. We have succeeded to determine the
concentration of Lewis and Brnsted centres on different phases of our
support materials (aluminas and silica-aluminas). The extreme
dependence on the Si-content in silica-aluminas indicates qualitative
changes in surface chemistry and morphology with increasing Si-content
(Fig. 1). Furthermore, porosity and thermal stability are important
properties of catalyst supports. We are able to adjust and characterize
these features (Fig. 2).

Figure 1: Acidity Measurements on SIRALOX

Figure 2: 3D TEM images of a) TM alumina and b) TH alumina.

It becomes obvious that with the industrially available advanced solgel process specific requirements of the catalyst carrier can be adjusted.
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.., .., ..
. .. ,
tatiana567@mail.ru

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()

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(). Mt-
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.
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. . , ,
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,
3
,
, ,
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.



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,
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.
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,
-

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,
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. ,
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,
, .
,
,
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2
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.., ..
,
atnik@ihcp.oscsbras.ru
()

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,
.
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.

1%, 2% 2, 8%N2, 89% H2 0,5 ,
, EXAFS, .
, CuO
CeO2, .
,
C6H8O7:(u+Ce)=2.
,
eO2/CuO6 21%.

150 75-86%.
,
Cu+1
, .

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,
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,
.


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0,03
0,47
0,45
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509
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0,66
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0,80
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,

.
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, ()
, ,
.
,


1380 /,

(Q 35 /) .


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.

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,
,
.

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Pt(Pd)-

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,
,
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Pt. Pt(Pd)
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.
.
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,
.
:
[1] , ..; , ..; , ..; ..
2008, 49, 754.
[2] , ..; , ..; , ..; , ..
2008, 49, 764.
[3] , ..; , ..; , ..; , ..; ,
..; , ..; , ..; , ..; , ..
2009, 50, 916.
[4] , ..; , ..; , ..; , ..; ,
..; , . . 2010, 51, 106.
[5] , .. 2011, 19, 39.

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-


.., ., ..
,

iuxm@yandex.ru

(Pd-Cu, Pd-Ag Pd-Ni)



60
.
.
,

.
4%.
,
. ,
(Cu, Ag, Ni) Pd-
.
, Pd-Cu< Pd-Ag<< Pd-Ni.
, Pd-Ni
(Pd-Cu, Pd-Ag) 3-17 .
,



,

.
,
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,
redk_catalys@bk.ru

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,
fat@hepti.kiae.ru

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.
,
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-

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(, ,
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,

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,

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.
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[2] , .., , 2009, 9, 1, 18.

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. .. ,
. , 4,
dalidchk@chph.ras.ru
()
. ,
.
[1],
,

(.. )
.

,
.

() ( J-V
)

V=0, ( 50-70)
-, ,
.

,
,
.

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.
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1

- ,

2
,
3
. .. ,

28pml@snos.ru
() ()
(). 70-75%
25-30% .
,
.
. H
MOR- NH4 +-,
, .
FAU-- NaFAU,
95-100% ,
Na+ NH4+ (t=80-90;
NH4+- /Na+ - = -/-; =1)
(t=540, =4).
:
(/ =5/1 ./.); =3; t =140-240; - 1-1.
,
NaFAU .

- 5,6 8,6.
- HFAU- ,
H, MOR.
, :
HFAU > MOR > BEA. - 85; 74 55%
220; 240 260, .
95%.
110

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.., .., ..
,
sedneva@chemy.kolacs.net.ru
,

TiO2

[1], ,
Fe3+, Nb5+ W6+ [2]
.
-
.

TiO2 .

,
.
,

1 2/ 1.

670 .
:
[1] .., .., .., .. ,
2008. .44. 7. .830-840.
[2] 2010130409/02. 20.08.2010.
, . /
.., .., ..

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The influence of the treatment procedure on the


physicochemical properties of Cu-Cr-Al catalysts
for methanol synthesis
Maniecki T.P., Kaczorowski P., Bawolak Olczak K., Nowosielska M.,
Mierczyski P., Jwiak W.K.
Technical University of Lodz. Institute of General and Ecological
Chemistry, 90 924 d, ul. eromskiego 116, Poland
tmanieck@p.lodz.pl
This work is focused on the influence of treatment conditions
(atmosphere and temperature) on physicochemical properties of Cu-CrAl catalysts for methanol synthesis.
As a precursors were used copper, chromium and aluminum nitrates.
The CuO-Cr2O3-Al2O3 oxides were prepared by coprecipitation of
copper, aluminum and chromium hydroxides using ammonia hydroxide,
while the Pd/CuO-Cr2O3-Al2O3 were prepared by wet impregnation
method from PdCl2 solution.
The catalysts were dried at 110 oC and finally calcined for 3,5 h in air
at 400, 700, 900C
The physicochemical properties were determined by: BET, TPR, CO
chemisorption, XRD in situ and SEM-EDS techniques.
Specific surface area was in the range 19-240 m2/g which depends
strongly on the calcination temperature. Calcination at 900 oC causes
decrease of specific surface area up to 90%. The copper dispersion was
in the range 0.310% which is correlated to calcination temperature.
It was also observed that calcination of the catalysts at 400 and
700 C leads to formation easily reducible CuCr2O4 phase.
Palladium introduction shift reduction effects into lower temperature
range. The SEM-EDS measurements show rather homogenous
distribution of elements (Cu, Al, Cr, Pd) on catalysts surface.
Acknowledgments - The financial support of this work by the Polish
Scientific Research Council supports (Grant No. 0680/B/H03/2011/40)
is gratefully acknowledged.

112

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()
..1, ..1, ..2, ..1
1

,
2
Leibniz Institute for Catalysis, University of Rostock, Germany
snv@icct.ru



-

- . , (
Fe2O3 36-93 .%) -

()
, .
,
Fe-Ca-Si-Al .
SiO (S)
,
0.00 1.00
,
0.25
0.75
, S
CS

0.50
0.50
CS

CS
F

,
0.75
0.25
F'F

1.00
0.00
0.00
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0.75
1.00
CF
C F CF
CaOCaO (C)
Fe O (F)
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. C



CaO-Fe2O3-SiO2.

- ;
().
- ;
2

- .

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- 2-


..1,2, ..1,2, ..1,2, ..1,
..1,2, ..1,2, ..1,2, ..1
1

,
,
min@catalysis.ru

2- (2-)
Fe3+,
: Fe2O3-0.5y(OH)ynH2O (0 y 1.96) [1].
(4-7 .%) 2-

.
2-
Fe-
[2].
2-

2-2,5 Fe3O4.
350

.
:
[1] A.A. Khassin, T.P. Minyukova, L.M. Plyasova, G.A. Filonenko, T.M.
Yurieva, Chapter 8 in: Advances in Nanotechnology. Volume 2. (Z. Bartul
and J. Trenor Eds.) Nova Publishers, 2010. pp. 347-363. ISBN: 978-1-60876199-9
[2]. .. , .. , .. , .. , ..
, .. , .. , .. . . ., 50(6)
(2009) 871-885.
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() ,

belyi@ihcp.oscsbras.ru

()
,


,
[1].

2- (. , . ).
15 5-
4 ./.
6 ,

98-100 5-7 % ,
, 3- .
:
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115

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-
(),
smirnova_nv@mail.ru



,
.


.

() .

.

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, -
: Pt/C - (
, , ) Pt3Ni/C, Pt3Co/ -


- ,
.

( 14.740.11.0371)
[1] 2009106892
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1

. ..
,
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,
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,

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.
,

, ,
.

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..2
1


, .

. .. ,
1707-fesik@mail.ru
,
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)
.
Pt
( Pd) M ( = Re, Mo, Cr) .
Pt ( Pd) Re
(
)
.

118

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Cs Na

..
. . ,
ovsienko@sti.lg.ua
Cs Na
- Cu-Zn-Al
. ,
~1 % Cs ~0,5 % Na (.)
2-3 .

.

:

~1 % Cs 10%,
~0,5 % Na 50%. Cu
,
.


. Na , Cs.



.
Cs Na
, :

(
)
,

.
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1

,
. . , 5, 630090,
2
,
tuzikov@catalysis.ru
,

,
-.

-
,
.

() .


.
,
.

-.
-,
,
. ,

.
(Pt, Pd, Co)/Al2O3, (Ni,
Fe, Co)/TiO2 .
.

(. 02.740.11.0265 07.07.2009),
(. 1 27.17).
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..
. ..
, . , 31, 03028, ,
pstrizhak@hotmail.com
100
[1-5].
,
, 1
- , , ,
,
[6].
,
[1-4],
(Zn, Zr2, Fe3O4, Cr2O3, Cu, WO3)
(Fe, Cu, Co) -
, , ;

, -,
, -
[5-8].
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, . ., , 2011, 52, 1.

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..1, ..1, ..1,
..2
1

. .. ,
-
2
-
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besprozvannikh@front.ru



.

73-76 % TiO2 Li2O TiO2,


,
Ti4+ Cr3+.
: 1) ;
2) - .

,

(83 2/) -
(Li1.9r0.25Ti2.84O7, 700-0.5), ,
,
125
( 100 - 12510-7 /()).

255-350oC.
,

.
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Ni-Mo

..1, ..1,2, ..1, ..1,
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1


,
2
,
knyazheva@ihcp.oscsbras.ru
,

(), -
,
.

-NiMoO4 ,
1- 350,
3,5 , 2 -1,
/ 600.

.

, ( 1 94,33 88,95%).
: 99,98
99,90%.

123

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-:
-
4
.., .., .., ..,
.., .., .., ..,
.., .., ..
,
mnv@catalysis.ru
-,
Ni,

-
, , ,
.
e-ZrLn-O, (Ln = Pr, La, Sm),
. Pt / Ru (1-5 .%) / Ni (2-10 .%)
.
,
, , . .

, H2 CH4, CO2.

.
,
,
- (, ,
,
, ). ,

, .

124

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1-4
., ..

. .. , . . , 142, , 050010,
tungatarova58@mail.ru
,
,
. 1-4


:
,
,
,
,
, -.
.
.

- W-
. -
,

.
-
, , ,
() H5PV2Mo10O40/SiO2,
H3PMo12O40/SiO2, 4Si1240/AlSi
,

773-1273

,
:

125

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.., .., .., ..,
.., .., ..
,
simagina@catalysis.ru

(H2).
(NaBH4)
H2 (0,112 /3) ,
H2
.
H2,
2 .

NaBH4 [1]. ,
.
,
, :
Rh>Ru>Pt>>Pd. ,
TiO2 15

[2].
NaBH4 1%Rh/LiCoO2 ,


,
(CoCl2, Co(NO3)2, Co3O4 .).
.
:
[1] Demirci U. B., Akdim O., Andrieux J., Hannauer J., Chamoun R., Miele P.
Fuel Cells 2010, 10 (3), 335.
[2] .., .., .., ..,
.., .. 2008, 49 (4), 592.
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.., .., ..
, ,6,
paom@rambler.ru
XXI ,
38 . /,
.
.


3000 . /
,

,
III , 25 . /,
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II-IV ,



. II
III ,
,
IV ,
-- .

127

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..
,
lavr@ihcp.oscsbras.ru


-
.
,
, .

, - Al2O3
B2O3-Al2O3
,
.

B2O3-Al2O3
, ,
, .
B2O3-Al2O3
,
.
B2O3-Al2O3
,
,
VI-VIII ,
,
,
,
.

128

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..
,
, 29, -1, 119991,
kadiev@ips.ac.ru




,
, , ,
. ,


.


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, ,

.

.


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,

.

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,
2
,
smolikov@ihcp.oscsbras.ru


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( .. ),
,
, [1].


: 70
;
(85) ; - ();
(,
)
-.
:
;
; ;
- 9092 %
, , ..
.
:
[1] 27.02.2008 . 118

,
.
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.., .., .., ..,
.., .., .
. .. ,
. , 106, 050010, ,
kkairati@mail.ru

,
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,
. 1-2
. ,

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PW12-
.
,

10% PW12-/
.
PW12-/
[1].
:
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1

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. .. , ,
akulikov@ips.ac.ru

-- (),


[1].
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,
,
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.

, ,
.
:
[1] Pei-Shing E. Dai, Sanderson J.R., Knifton J.F.// Studies in Surface Science
and Catalysis 1994, 84, 1701.

132

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.., .., .., ..
,
suslov@chem.isu.ru
()
,
,
.
,
,
-,
,
, .
,


[(acac)Pd(L1)(L2)]BF4 [(acac)Pd(L^L)]BF4
( L1=L2 PPh3, L2 = PCy3, P(i-Pr)3, PBu3,
HNEt2, HNBu2, HNOct2, ; L^L=dppp, dppb, dppf, phen, bipy)
,
,


2009 2013 .

133

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.., ..
,
ngg-ink@mail.ru

,
-
, , , , .
,
,
.
,
.


, .
;
; ,
; .

;
; 90%
, 100%.
-
- C8- C14. , - .
, ,
.

134

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Pd
..1,3, ..1, ..1, ..1,
..1, ..1, ..2
1

,
,
3
,

zri@catalysis.ru
2



(),
() [1].

[2]: 1)
Pd 2 .%,
, 2)
.

.
-, -
() [3,4]. ,
Pd-CeAl2O3- , Mn Pd-Mn-La-Al2O3 .

70 .
: >99,97%,
: NOx < 1 ppm, CO < 10 ppm, HC < 10 ppm.
( 19-4)
[1] .., .., .., ..,
.. 2007, 77 (9), 819.
[2] . 2372556, .., .., ..,
.., O.., .., .. 10.11.2009.
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.., .., ..

. ..
, , 29, 119991,
kulumbegov@ips.ac.ru

()
.
,

,

. ,
,

.
II-IV
,
( 75 % .).
5-10
VIII ,

. ,

, .

22% . -
60% .
:
[1] .. , .. , .. , .. , ..
, .. , .. , .. , .. .
2-4
// , 2009. .49, 1. . 1-5.
136

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..1, ..1, ..2, ..2,
..3, ..1, ..1
1

,
., 65,
2
,
. 31,
3
,
, , ,
genchem@gubkin.ru
,
Me-W-Mn-SiO2 (Me-Li,Na,Rb,Cs)
.
,

. ,

15-16% .
,
Na-W-Mn-SiO2
,
,
.

,
.
10-03-00582-,
2009-2013

(2009-2011 ), 9762.
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..1,2, ..1,2, ..1,
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1


,
2
,
mordkovich@tisnum.ru

,
,

.
,
-, .. 300 /() .
: () , - ; ()
, ,
; () ; () .

,
[2, 3],
360 /(). .

2010
20 /.
:
[1] PCT/RU2010/000323, 2010.
[2] PCT/RU2010/000429, 2010.
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,
,
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,
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()
.

,
.
,
,
, , ,
,
.
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()
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,
.
,
,

.

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, ,
, , ,
,
.
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, ,
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,
.
,
.


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, ,
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,

Ru, Pd Pt
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,
,
[1, 2].
,

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,
.

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,
, .
,
, .
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.., .., .., ..
,
bnk@icct.ru



.



( ).

, ,
,
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,

.

400 . 42,5
60,7 % ., 9,6
20,6 % . .
- ,

.

,
.
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.., ..

. .. ,
ayb@go.ru

:
,
, .
,
(1) [1],
(). ,
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HCOOH (/
, Pd) .
HCOOH
2 2 2.
.

DFT

. ,
-

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. ..
( ),
tepl@ips.ac.ru

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, , .

,

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: (1) -


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; (2) -
,
-
- - ,

.


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144

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2,4,6,8,10,12-2,4,6,8,10,12-
.., ..
,
simakova@catalysis.ru


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(),

( 4,10--2,6,8,12--2,4,6,8,10,12- ())
, .

, - .

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, Pd/C
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, ,
,
.

,

.
:
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. . , . . 2007, 12, 2290.


145

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(, , )

.., .., .., ..
, ,

brei@ukr.net


, ,
, , .
,
,
1,2- .
Cu/ZnOZrO2-Al2O3 ~ 8 /()
99% 50-60% [1].
7-9 /() 70%
[2]. .
, (10 //,
S=90%) 60% - Cu-Pd/ZnOZrO2-Al2O3 (240, 0.5 ).
i-8
- [3].
1,2- . ,
Cu/Al2O3 8 /( )
100% .
:
[1] .., .., .. ... 2008, 74, 78.
[2] .., .., .. , 2010,
10, 138.
[3] .., .., .., ..
, 2008, 3, 128.
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,
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GilmanovHH@nknh.ru

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,


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.

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.

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. .. , ,
itkulova@nursat.kz
()
,
,
.

-
.

-/Al2O3

.
, /2=1/1,

300-800 1000-6000 -1 .
10 .%.
,

-.
.
3+
550-800. 91.3-98.8%
800. 2/ -
1.0-1.4.
.
-
.

-.
148

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.., .., .., ..,
..
. ..
, , 31, ,
soloviev@inphyschem-nas.kiev.ua
()
, 2-

, .
2,
- 2/.

, .
Ni-MxOy/
-Al2O3/
, 2-
. -
-
-
(MxOy = Ce2, La2O3).


,
. ,

, Ni-Al2O3
Ni NiO.
2 ,
CO,
2,
.
Cu-ZnO/Al2O3/
~ 80%.
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..2, ..3, ..3
1

- ..
, ,
2
,
3
- ,
delendik@itmo.by



.
.
0,1-1 .,
600-800 .
,
80%,
- 30%.

200
.

;
.

,

.

150

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..1, ..1, ..1, ..2,
..3, ..1
1

,
2
,
3
. ..
,
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.
,

- .

.

,
,
.

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.
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,
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.., .., , ..,


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sulfur45@mail.ru
,
,

.

,
.
, 2-,
1,2-(1-) 5,6-.
, -,
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.


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. ,

, ,
() ,
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.

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152

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,
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,
, () , ,
. ,

,
. , ,

Pseudomonas,
Bacillus,
Actinomyces, Rhodococcus, Micrococcus
. ,
,
,

.


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:
100 %, 78 % 52 %.
,

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.
153

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CdS/ZnS/TiO2
..1,2, ..1, ..1,2, ..1,2,
..1,2
1

,
,
kozlova@catalysis.ru


.
.
. TiO2
.
,

(CdS) 2,4 .

(

-) (
)
CdS/TiO2.
,
,
.


ZnS/CdS ZnS/CdS/TiO2

.
,
( > 410 ).
- .
.
154

-III-29


,

.., .., .., ..
,

yurytreger@gmail.com


,
.
.

320-420 , CuCl2
.
90%; ~7%.

"SAPO-34"
400 500, 1,6 6,4 .

~ 80%.
"SAPO-34"
.
, "SAPO-34" 2

550 90 .
.
,
,

,
.

155

-III-30

..1, ..2, ..2, ..2,


..2, ..1
1

. .. , ,
. ..
, ,
bna51@mail.ru


- -
- .
, , 5-10 .

Al2O3 .

,

Pd(0)
- ,
.

,
. ,
- ,
, ,

,
( 8-10
). ,
,

Green Chemistry
, .
156

-III-31



.., .., .., ..,
..
.. , ,
runova@petrol.chem.msu.ru

-

, - , ,

(-)

.

,

.
-
-
(-).

,
=.
,
, ,
,
2


, ,

-,
.
50% .

2009-2013 .
( . .
1.2.2. )
157

-III-32



.., .., ..
,
divan@catalysis.ru
() -
.
: ,
, .



.
,

-
.

N2O
,
.
.

, .
,

(0.25 / ).

(70-75% 50-70%). N2O
, /
1.4 1.0 .
5-9%.

H2O2 80-86 %.
. 11-03-00427-
158

-III-33

.., .., ..

. .. ,
kyst@list.ru

.

, ,

,
-
[1-3].



ZSM-5 .
,
.

-07,
N 14.740.11.0379 20.09.2010.
:
[1]. M.C. Clark, B. Subramaniam, Chem. Eng. Sci., 1996, 51, 2369.
[2]. A. Baiker, Chem. Rev., 1999, 99, 453.
[3]. J.A. Darr, M. Poliakoff., Chem. Rev. 1999, 99, 495.

159

-III-34


-
.., .., .., .., ..,
..

,
borsch@ism.ac.ru


.
, ,
3d- (Mn, Fe, Co, Ni .),

(). 80%-
150-200, 250-300
1,2105 -1 [1,2].
43 2/.

100 1-1,5 ,
20-30
.
.

200

100

[1] .., .., .., .., ..,


.. , 2008, .419, 6, . 775-777.
[2] Pugacheva E.V., Borshch V.N., Zhuk S.Ya., Andreev D.E., Sanin V.N.,
Yukhvid V.I. Int. J. SHS, 2010, V.19, No.1, pp. 6569.
160

-III-35



..1, ..1, ..1,
..1, ..2, ..2
1

, , 4,
634021,
2
, . , 18,
-170, 620219,
zhmf@ipc.tsc.ru


.
, ,
()
()
Mo,W/Ni,Co; Ni(C), Mo W
().


(). ,
Mo, W, Ni, Co 10-100
S- ,
, .
Mo W (30-40 ) 4
24
S- 25 6-10 .
( S.<10 ppm)
10-12 , ,

( Ni 60%; Co 30 %)
. ,
n10

, C-S .
161

-III-36

..1, ..1,2, ..1


1

. ..
2
, 29,
inpv@org.chem.msu.ru

- Zr (IV)
- .



-
.
-
(1-3) ,

( - -
) ;

.
O

Si

ZrCl2

Si

Si

ZrCl2

ZrCl2

,
1-3,

.
162

-III-37

C

..1,2, ..1
1

,
,
koltunov@catalysis.ru




(V2O5-TiO2, V-Mo-Te-Ox, V-Mo-Nb-Ox, V-Mo-TeNb-Ox, K-Ni-Co-Fe-Bi-P-Mo-Ox/SiO2, Au-TiO2, Au-SiO2, Au-Al2O3).

. ,
( , , )


1,1- (A), (B,
>90%), (C, >90%) (D):


()

.

,
( 50 . ),


.

163

-III-38

..1, ..2
1

. .. ,
2
-,
l_goldstein@hotmail.com

.

.

:
2H5OH C2H4O +1/2H2
2H5OH + C2H4O C4H8O2 +1/2H2
, ()
, ,
. ,
.

, , , ,
,
4.
,
1-20 ., 200-300 0,3-1,0 -1
. .

,
,
. ~50%,
94%.

.

164

-III-39

Catalytic pyrolysis of biomass to gases for industrial


application
Matras J., Niewiadomski M., Ruppert A., Jdrzejczyk M., KaunaCzapliska J., Grams J.
Institute of General and Ecological Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry,
Technical University of Lodz, ul. Zeromskiego 116, 90-924 Lodz, Poland
Biomass is considered as a great alternative to fossil fuels for energy
production. Lignocellulotic biomass consist mainly of hemicellulose,
cellulose and lignin, and can be converted into value added liquid and
gaseous products. One of the methods of its conversion is the production
of hydrogen as energy carrier, which can be obtained by heat treatment
of cellulose in the presence of the catalyst. According to literature nickel
is the most often used catalyst in cellulose pyrolysis. However, in spite
of the satisfactory activity, such catalyst deactivates relatively fast [1,2].
The main goal of the studies is to optimize the composition of nickel
based catalyst used in the pyrolysis of biomass in order to achieve better
catalyst stability and higher yield of hydrogen production. The Ni
catalyst was prepared by impregnation method with the use of different
oxide supports and their combinations (i.e. Al2O3, SiO2, CeO2, ZrO2).
The liquid and gaseous products of biomass pyrolysis were investigated
by GC, GC-MS. The solid residue was characterized by ToF-SIMS,
FTIR and TOC. Moreover, BET and TPR methods were used for the
analysis of the catalyst surface.
The obtained results demonstrate that both the composition of the
catalyst and the reaction conditions considerably influence the
distribution of the liquid and gaseous products. We showed that the right
choice of the catalyst support composition can significantly improve the
stability and activity of the studied systems.
References:
[1] Y. Lu; S. Li; L. Guo; X. Zhang; Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 2010, 35, 7161.
[2] R. Muangrat; J. A. Onwudili; P. T. Williams; Appl. Catal. B: 2010, 100, 143

165

-IV-1




..
,
VKapustin@vnipineft.ru

,


.

(72 %),
, .

,
,
.


.

.

, , .

166

-IV-2



..
,
SEKR-NZK@nk.rosneft.ru


-4 -5

. ,

.
,
,
.

:
- ;
-
;
- ;
- ;
- ( 2015.);
-
.
:
[1] .. 2010, 389.

167

-IV-3




..
- ,
mflid@yandex.ru


,

.

.
CuCl2/Al2O3
.
Me/Cu=1:2,5 220
3-5 .
245-260.

, , ,


.
98-98,5%
,
, ,
.


.
0,4 0,7-0,8 /.

168

-IV-4



-
.., .., .., ..
,

GizetdinovaAF@anhk.rosneft.ru
-62
(, ),
,
-
1969. 2010
. ,
340 400
38-42 %
49,5 %,
2 - 4 4 %.


,
,


. -, -62.
.
, 6
.
,


.
,
1,0 - 2,0 -1 370-380 ,
52-56 %,
2-4 1,0-1,5 %.
169

-IV-5



(II)

.., .., ..
-, ,
dadahodjaev@yandex.ru
-

(II).

,
.
.
Fe23 80-90%, r2O3 7-8% uO
3-5%. 2 .
-02

, 2007

- 2010 .
-02
2011 600 .

-
-.
-03
,
.
22%, - (51) ,
85% ,
0,7 /2.
2008-2010 300
,
.
170

-IV-6

..1, ..2, ..1, ..1,


..1, ..3
1

,
2
,
3
,
pakhomov@catalysis.ru




-.

.
-
,
( ).



(. ).
, ,
.


-
. ,

1,5
. ,
-
-
.
171

-IV-7



..1, ..1, ..1, ..2
1

-, . , 10,
301660, , .
2
,
. , 14, 445667,
vhart@yandex.ru




, .
,

,


.


.



.


[1] .
:
[1] ..; ..; .. . . 1967, 8 , 821.

172

-IV-8



..1, ..2
1

, . , 14,

, , 2, 453118,

kasyanova-liliya@mail.ru
2


,
.
, ,
,
,
, .

SCCa 5/200, SCC 30/200 Sasol,
-12
MITALOX-TA ,
.
,
-73-24 -2201.
.

-2201,
MITALOX-TA.

173

-IV-9




.., .., .., ..,
..
() ,
giyjaz413@rambler.ru

800-1100 .


(Cr2O3=9%, K2O=1%).
,

1100

-r2O3, - -
g-,

550 -1, Me-O
Cr2O3.

SiO2 .
92-95 %

SiO2

.

174

-IV-10



--1
.., .., .., ..,
.., .., .., ..
,
gab@catalysis.ru

,
,
2 .%.


.

-5

Co-Mo/Al2O3 --1
.

( ,
, ..),

(0,96 1,95 .%)
( 30 .%).

, -5,


,
30.%
.
175

-IV-11


: ,

.., .., .., ..
,
pimerzin@sstu.smr.com


, .


.

CoMoS II ,
-Al2O3 .

(
)
,

CoMoS II .

,

.


(
10 ppm).

- , 2009-2013 ..

176

-IV-12


Mo


.., .., ..

,
tominann@yandex.ru


,
.

,
() Mo 12 ,
(NH4)8-[X+(12O40)]nH2O, X = B, Si, P, Ti, V, Zn, Ge, Zr, Sn,
Ce, x ,
n .
.

. : 4.0 ,
320, 340, 360, 380,
2 -1, / 600 /.
50% . 50% .
.

.
,

B, P, Ce, Zr, - B, P, Zr,
Zn, P, Zr.

- .

177

-IV-13


SO3

..1,2, ..1
1

,
2
,
veta@icct.ru

(
)
.
,

.
-
-
-1-6
.
HCl ( 15 %)
660 -1 -1 400 , (
) 4,6 %
.

( 60 %) ,
,
,

.
,
-

- ( ),
.

178

-IV-14

13-

..1, ..1, ..1, ..2
1

"",
,
alexandr@spektr-ttt.ru

13
20- 13-.
13 Pd, Se, Co.
1-13- (
) -1 ( 1)
PdCl2(PPh3)2/PPh3 TOF=64,8 -1
(150 , 3-5 .) [1]:
C5H11-CH=CH2 + 13CO + H2O
C7H15-13COOH
(1)
13
- ( Helicobacter pylori)
( 2)
. (45 ,
30 .) (530 /)
(~100 %); 13CO [2].
13
13
CO + 2NH3 + 0,5O2
CO(NH2)2 + H2O
(2)

(13COOMe)2-
- ( 3) 94 %.
Pd(OAc)2/dppf/Et3N (98 % 13;
100 0C, 3 .) CoCl2/MeI/NaOMe.
C6H4Br2 + 213CO + 2MeOH
C6H4(13COOMe)2
(3)
98-99 %.
13
132 ( ) [3].
.
:
[1] .., .., .., . 2382025 (2010).
[2] Elman, A.R.; Smirnov, V.I., J. Environment. Sci. Eng. 2011 (in press).
[3] ., .., .., . 2319664 (2008).

179

-IV-15


..
,
thermochem@yandex.ru
(.) 1996

(Pt, Pd, Cr, Ni, Co .)
.
, , -.
- .
1
.
.

()
,
: ;
; ,
.

,
.
, ,
,
400C ,
. 95%,
15000 .
:
, , , ;
; ,
, , , ,
..
180

-IV-16



..1, ..1, ..2, ..3,
..3
1

-,
,
3
,
ZaharovVP@mail.ru
2

TiCl4-Al(i-C4H9)3,
.

,
.

-
.


.

- .


.
-


1,4-- .


-,

.
181

-IV-17

-

1-

.., .., .., ..
,
. . , 68, 420015,
karalin@kstu.ru

( )
1-
( ,
. , 6-68-146-02).
, ,
1 (8000 ) [1].



-

.
,

. ,
( 100 2/) ,
, ( 80 2/) ,
.


- [2].
:
[1] .. ., , 2010, 2, . 50 - 53.
[2] .. .,
, 2010, 7, . 290 - 293.

182

-IV-18




.., .., ..
.. ,
khudoshin@kge.msu.ru
-

-
.

,
,
, - .
- ,
.

.


,
.

, ,
, ,
.


.

.

183

-IV-19


2
-

..1, ..1, ..1, ..1


1

-
( ),
savost@hotmail.ru


2 - .
,
,
,
.
: 50 3,
- 500 -1,
170 , 220 , 2,0 ,
24 , 0,11 .
().
,

.


. 4 (5,1 /).

- 83,8%, .
5-18 76%.
-
5-10.
184

-IV-20



.., ..
,
Petrov@catalysis.ru

. [1, 2]

.

-125

.
,
,
.


.
(
,
,
)
.
:
[1] .. . .: ,
2001.

[2] .. . : ,
1983.
185

-IV-21



..
.., ,
nikolaj.ostrovski@hipol.rs
, ,
, ,
.

.

.

.
, , .

, .

. ,


.

.
:
[1] .. . . . . .
. .., . , 2000, . 127-163.
[2] .. . :
, 2001, 334 c.
[3] .. , 2005, . 46, 5, . 737-748.

186

-IV-22


. ,

..
,
a.gerasev@ngs.ru

,
[1, 2].

.
,
.
- (
) .


.


(
),
-
[2].
.
,

, .
( 00-0332465, 05-03-32798, 10-03-00669).
:
[1] .. // 2004, 174, 10. . 1061-1087.
[2] .. . ..-.. , 2010, 305 .

187

-IV-23



.., ..
,
kipnis@ips.ac.ru
(Au, Pt, Rh,
Ru)
().
,
H2- ,
. ,
, ,
.
,

.
, ,
:
(Pt, Rh) 2 (Ru, Au).
Au- ,
, :

,
.

.
Ru Rh
.

( . 06-03-32848, 09-03-00226).

188

-IV-24

GTL-
.., .., ..
,
belozorev@ips.ac.ru
GTL-
/
.
-,

.
. ,
- ,
. ,
/
.
-.
,
,
GTL-.
, : -

, (
) -


.
,
.
.
.
GTL-
-.

189

-IV-25



..

.. ,
okunev@tech.chem.msu.ru

,

.
-
,
[1].


.

.

,
,
[2].
,
,

.
:
[1]. .., .., .., -
, . . , 2003, . 77, 3, .
436-440.
[2]. .., .., ..,
, . .
, 2003, . 77, 8, . 1393-1399.
190

-IV-26




.., .., ..

,
kravtsov@tpu.ru


,
-.

.
, ..
.



,
.
.
,

-35-11/300, -358/300, -35-6/300 , -35-11/1000 -35-11/450
.


Pt-
.
,

;
, ,
, , .

.

,
Pt- 15 %.

191

-I-1



NiO/B2O3-Al2O3
.., .., ..


,
bulu@ihcp.oscsbras.ru


,
.
[1],

NiO/B2O3-Al2O3.

,
-.
,

C4+,
-
.

C4+ .


.

[1] .. . , 2010, 51, 3,423.

192

-I-2


-
.., .., .., ..,
.., ..
,
xelvete@mail.ru


-. ,

,


2,2- 2,3-.
,
/-. ,

.
, ,
/-

.

,

-,

.

193

-I-3



..1, ..2, ..1
1

- ,
2
,
Nkurbatova_laboratory@mail.ru


,
. -
[1] 99 %
-,
.
.

;
, -
(. 1).
() [2].

-,
,
.

2
1
0,8

0,6

0,4
0,2
0
400

600

800

1000

1200
t,

. 1.
2 (1) -
(); (2) ; (3)
- (5 % . Ni/C,
).

:
[1] .., .., .. . 2 324 647, 2008.
[2] .., .., .. 2010,
4(60), 201.

194

-I-4

In situ
Pt(111)
-
.., .., .., ..
,
miller@catalysis.ru
in situ
Pt(111).
,
: H2,
, - .
,
.
, (>0.01 )
300-600
-
,
300
[1].

. , O2
>450 Pt(111)
. CO,
H2, CO2 H2O,
CO2 .
O2

H2. ,
,

(HCOO CO2 + H) [2]. ,
,
Pt(111). Pt .
[1] Sexton B.A. Surf. Sci. 1981, 102, 271.
[2] Hirose C. et al. J. Phys. Chem. B. 2001, 105, 1573.
195

-I-5


SiO2
..1, ..2, ..2, ..2,3,
..1
1

,
2
,
3
,
GrigoriyMamontov@mail.ru



/.
Ag- ,


Ag ,
: , ,

Ag/,
,

(C, ).
Ag ,

( 650 ). Ag
,
50
( ).
Ag
(, ),
.
,
.
2009-2013.
196

-I-6

Ag- Cu-

..1,2, ..1, ..3, ..3,
..1
1

,
,
3
,
natalia10@mail.ru



- .
Ag- Cu-
NZP
.
,
,

. ,
.
(73,4 %) 93 %
Ag-
333 . Cu-
: C2H4O 75,3 %
297 . 2
COX,
Cu- .
Ag- ,
,
181 326 ,
Ag .
Ag
Cu. 300
.
197

-I-7


Ni/

.., .., .., ..



.. ,
ErokhinAleksey@gmail.com

[1]
, , ,
,
.
Ni

. 3
,
(HNO3(.), HNO3(.) Cr2O3
H2SO4(.)),

Ni
. 2
: . ,

Ni/ .

(. 02.740.11.0026) ( 10-0300372-a 11-03-00820-).
:
[1] .. . 2007. . 76. 4. C. 375-397.

198

-I-8

-
H2O2
..1, ..1,2, ..1
1

.. ,
,
anbelna@rambler.ru

, ,

, ,
.


Au8 Au4Pd4
PBE SBK,
.
Au8 Au4Pd4
,

,
22.
,
,
,
.
,

. , Au4Pd4
,
,
H2O2 ,
35,5 /, 47 / ,
Au8.

199

-II-1

-

Pt-

.., .., .., ..,
..

,
lusia_stepanova@ihcp.oscsbras.ru
(),
.



.

-
.
-
(Mg, Zn, Li, Al)
.


.

.


() 2. -

Pt/M1M2Ox

(-=550, =1 , 2/38=0,25, =4(38)/).

200

-II-2

Ge, Ga, Ti, Zr



3 7
.., .., .., ..,
..
, . , 54, 644040,
struckaia@mail.ru
,
III-V
.
[1].

(1-4)
.
Pt/Al2O3 III (Ga) IV (Ge, Ti, Zr)
.
AlOOH
, .

.
0,25 %
.

,

.
,
,
,

Ga.
:
[1] .., .., .., .. //
. 2010. .51, 1. .88-94
201

M-II-3

EXAFS
Pd/ (Pd-Ga)/


..1, ..1, ..1,
..1, ..2
1


,
2
,
ns_smirnova@ihcp.oscsbras.ru


Pd/ (Pd-Ga)/,
Ga(NO3)3

:
([Pd(NH3)4](NO3)2,
Pd(NO3)2, H2PdCl4) 2
200 .
C EXAFS-, 1%Pd/
, ,
( Pd-Pd 2.75 ). ,
Pd(NO3)2 H2PdCl4,
Pd ( ,
Pd-O (2.01 ) Pd-Cl (2.29 )
).

Pd-Ga/, H2PdCl4,

Cl-,
2,
Pd Ga ,
Pd Ga .
10-03-90727_.

202

M-II-4

Pd Ga

,

()
..1, ..1, ..1,
..2, ..2, ..2, ..2,
..1
1

,
,
shishkina_oo@ihcp.oscsbras.ru

(Pd-Ga)/-Al2O3
,
. Pd Ga
, EXAFS, .
.
, 08-03-00335 ,
10-03-90727_, 10-03-90729 _.

203

M-II-5

CO CeO2
..1, ..1, ..1, ..2
1

. .. ,

2
,

igorscience@gmail.com
,
( CO ,
NOx, ), .
CeO2 10-50
-
,

1800 -1. : CO 4 .%,
O2 8 .% N2. 2
, - N2.
,
2 :
,
/Ce.

.
2,
10-50 , - 4 . ,
N2 (-196 )
( 7-8 )
( 10 140 2/).
2

.
09-0800917-, 21
7 .
204

M-II-6

Ag/


()
..1, ..2, ..1, ..2,
..2
1

,
,
fokina_ys@ihcp.oscsbras.ru


Ag/
. 1.
( 370 ).
1. Ag/

Ag, % , % S, %
1
10
52
90
2
14
68
86
, 10-03-00451 .

205

M-II-7

Pt/SO4/ZrO2
, Al2O3 SiO2,
-
.., .., .., ..,
..
,
lbikmetova@mail.ru

.

.
Pt/SO4/ZrO2 SiO2 Al2O3

.
Pt/SO4/ZrO2 ,
Al2O3 -64 (S.=190 2/ V=0,6 3) SiO2
(S.=3402/ V=1,03).
Zr(SO4)2
=550-750.

SO4/ZrO2, ,

Zr(SO4)2. ,

.
t-ZrO2.
SO42- ,
.

.

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1

,
2
,
mas@catalysis.ru




.

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.

Fe- .
SiO2
Fe (II)
. , , 400,
100%
25-70.
, . ,

-
,

.
400 Fe2O3, .

, ,

.

( 27, 46).
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.., .., .., ..
,
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.

.


.

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Al2O3.
,

.

+ .
,


.
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.

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. .. ,

ionin@ips.ac.ru

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1

,
,
mnv@catalysis.ru

-


, -
. -

.

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Bi1.5Y0.3Sm0.2O2,
Er0.4Bi1.6O3
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,
,

- .

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1

. ..
, ,
2
,
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,
--
,

.
-

(300-1000).
,
.
(CuCeZr-300
CuCeZr-400) 120-130,
140 100%- .
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130-150.

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. ,
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- .

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2.

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, .

2 170240.
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.
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,
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. ,
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, (,
) (, , )
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(210-225, 1 , 0,6-31).
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F 214 XSP, 34%, 150-250 ).

10-19% ( ).
2 ( 88%). (2-73%)
(11-29%) .

.

: , , ,
.
, ,
,
.
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215

-IV-2

Copper supported catalysts in steam reforming


of methanol
Mierczynski P., Maniecki T.P., Jozwiak W.K.
Technical University of Lodz, Zeromskiego 116, Poland
mierczyn25@wp.pl
Hydrogen is a carbon free energy carrier and can it be easily obtained
from decomposition, steam reforming or partial oxidation of methanol.
One of the most attractive catalytic process for hydrogen production by
steam reforming of methanol, because it produces 3 mol of hydrogen
per mol of methanol.
Experimental and Discusion - The monometallic copper
Cu/ZnAl2O4 supported catalysts were prepared by conventional
impregnation methods. The support ZnAl2O4 obtained by coprecipitation
method then was impregnated by appropriate aqueous solution of copper
nitrate. Then those systems were dried and calcined 4h in air at 400C.
The metal loading was 5%, 10%, 20% wt.. The physicochemical
properties of catalysts were examined by BET, XRD, NH3-TPD CO
chemisorption method and TPR methods. The activity tests in methanol
decomposition, methanol steam reforming were carried out over copper
catalysts in the temperature range 160 to 320C in a flow quartz reactor
under atmospheric pressure (H2O : CH3OH = 1).
The formation of spinel ZnAl2O4 structure during calcination process
was proved by XRD technique. The introduction of copper ions into
ZnAl2O4 structure caused the formation of spinel CuAl2O4 structure and
decrease of specific surface area. Activity tests in steam reforming of
methanol carried out for all systems showed that the highest activity
exhibited 20%Cu/ZnAl2O4, which showed about 50 % methanol
conversion at 200C. The conversion of methanol depends strongly on
the metallic surface area of copper. Catalysts with the highest copper
content showed the higher hydrogen yield and conversion of methanol at
lower temperature in comparison to other systems. Methanol steam
reforming is favourable on copper catalyst due to no CO formation.

216

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,
FetisovaVA@mail.ru

,
.
,
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,


[1].

[2].
,

[3].
,
.
.

,
,
.
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S.I. Hommeltoft, Yu.Z. Karasev. Applied Catalysis A: General 2002, 232,
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217

M-IV-4

The influence of alkali ions on the catalytic


performance of Cu-Cr2O3-Al2O3 in methanol
synthesis reaction
Maniecki T.P., Kaczorowski P., Bawolak Olczak K., Mierczyski P.,
Jwiak W.K.
Technical University of Lodz. Institute of General and Ecological
Chemistry 90 924 d, ul. eromskiego 116, Poland
tmanieck@p.lodz.pl
The aim of this work was to determine the effect of alkali ions on
catalytic properties of Cu-Cr2O3-Al2O3 in methanol synthesis reaction
The chromium and aluminum nitrates were used as a support
material precursors. The CuO-Cr2O3-Al2O3 trioxides were prepared by
coprecipitation of copper, chromium and aluminum hydroxides using
sodium, potassium, lithium and ammonia hydroxides
The copper content was in the range 10-60 %wt. The samples were
dried and calcined for 3 h in air at 400 C. Catalysts were tested in
methanol synthesis (from CO and H2) under pressure of 40 bar, prior to
tests were reduced in 5%H2-95%Ar mixture at 300C. Catalytic activity
were determined at two temperatures 180 and 260 C respectively.
The physicochemical properties were determined by: BET, TPR,
ICP, XRD in situ TOF-SIMS and SEM EDS techniques.
The methanol yield was in the range of 30 140 g CH3OH per kg
catalyst per hour dependently on the copper content and alkali ions
promotion.
Catalysts doped by alkali ions were much more active in comparison
to not promoted systems. Ammonia co-precipitated catalyst achieved
methanol yield up to 40 gCH3OH/kgcat/s in comparison to 130 gCH3OH/kgcat/s
in the case of potassium doped catalysts.
The quantity of copper also influence strongly on methanol yield and
its increases with the growth of copper content.
Acknowledgments - The financial support of this work by the Polish
Scientific Research Council supports (Grant No. 0680/B/H03/2011/40)
is gratefully acknowledged.

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., 65,
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,
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,
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.
,
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,

(Pd, Cu, Ag, Au).

:
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233

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. . . ,
vasiliev@ioc.ac.ru
()
[1]. ,
- , [2]. Pd(OAc)2
2--2-K3PO4
(90, 7 )
-, - 80-100%.

.

Pd(PPh3)4 [2b].
Cln

Clm-2

Clm-1

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Rm

R
Y

n = 2-6; m = n or n-1; RM = ArB(OH)2, ArZnCl, PhC

R
1 2

CZnCl, R R NH; Y = H, Cl, C(O)Me, OMe

-

[3].
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09-03-12104-_ 11-03-12037-_).
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234

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.. , ,
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,
.
,
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, 09-03-00128,
,
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. . , 5, 630090,
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.

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( 30%)
.
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: , , ,
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m + m/4 O2 + m/2 H2O
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Einstein, 69626, Villeurbanne, France
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, .
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,

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112, 216, 218
112, 218
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112, 216, 218
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182
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175
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124, 210
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224
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142
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91, 211
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169, 173
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46, 189
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195
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101, 202, 203
105
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9, 60, 137, 230
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262

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2.
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3.
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: ..................................................25
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- ...................................................27
4.
-IV-1 Rodkin M.
Industrial Heterogeneous Catalysis Faster, Better, Cleaner ..................28
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263

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1. -
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264

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1. -
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-I-2

.., .., ..,


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265

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-I-10 .., .., ..,
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-I-13 ..


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-I-14 .., .., .., ..,
.., ..

V2O5/TiO2 ............................................58
-I-15 Borbth I., Somodi F., Hegeds M., Stichleutner S.,
Lzr K., Margitfalvi J.L.
Application of in situ Mssbauer spectroscopy for the study
of tin-modified Pt and Au catalysts used in low temperature
CO oxidation..................................................................................................59
266

-I-16 .., .., ..,


.., .., ..,
..
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Pd/Zn ............................................60
-I-17 .., .., ..,
.., .., ..

...........................................61
-I-18 .., .., ..,
.., .., ..,
.., ..
-
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........................62
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.............63
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........68
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..

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.., ..

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.., ..

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-I-28 .., .., ..,
..

Ni(I) Ni(III) ................................72
-I-29 .., .., ..,
.., Descorme C., Besson M.

2 22.
...............................................................................................73
-I-30 .., .., ..,
..

:
.........................................74
-I-31 .., .., Amal R., Teoh W.Y.
TiO2,
.............................................................................75
-I-32 .A., .., .,
.., ., ..
1--4- .....................76
268

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.......89
2.
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270

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.........................................95
-II-7 Malyschew A.
Expedient Catalyst Supports for Sophisticated Catalyst Design ..............96
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............97
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,

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Al, (W),
, ...........................99
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2 .........................................................................................101
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.......................................................... 102
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.., ..
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....................103

271

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.....................................104
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...............................................107
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....................111
-II-23 Maniecki T.P., Kaczorowski P., Bawolak Olczak K.,
Nowosielska M., Mierczyski P., Jwiak W.K.
The influence of the treatment procedure on the physicochemical
properties of Cu-Cr-Al catalysts for methanol synthesis ..........................112

272

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.....................................................................119
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.........................120
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..........................................................................121

273

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.....................................................................122
-II-34 .., .., ..,
.., .., ..
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.................................................................123
-II-35 .., .., ..,
.., .., ..,
.., .., ..,
.., ..
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4 .............................124
-II-36 ., ..

1-4 .....................................................................125
-II-37 .., .., ..,
.., .., ..,
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..................................................................126
3.
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..........................................................................127
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...............................................128
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..............................................................................129

274

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.., .., ..,
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..............................131
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.., .., ..
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.........................................132
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..............................133
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........................................................................134
-III-9 .., .., ..,
.., .., ..,
..
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...............................................................135
-III-10 .., .., ..

...........................................................................................136
-III-11 .., .., .., ..,
.., .., ..

- W Mn - SiO2
............................................................................................................137

275

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.., .., ..

................................................................138
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.., .., ..,
.., ..

......................................................139
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..........................................140
-III-15 ., ., ..
...........141
-III-16 .., .., ..,
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.............................................................................................................142
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.., .., ..

...............................................................................143
-III-18 .., .., ..,
..

..........................................144
-III-19 .., ..
Pd/C
2,4,6,8,10,12--2,4,6,8,10,12 ...............................................................................145
-III-20 .., .., ..,
..
(,
, ) .......................146
-III-21 .., ..

.........................................147
276

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..........................................................148
-III-23 .., .., ..,
.., ..

........................................................149
-III-24 .., .., ..,
.., .., ..,
..

.............................................................150
-III-25 .., .., ..,
.., .., ..

............................................................................151
-III-26 .., .., ,
.., ..

...................152
-III-27 .., ..

.........................................................153
-III-28 .., .., ..,
.., ..

CdS/ZnS/TiO2 ..................................................154
-III-29 .., .., ..,
..

, ..........................155
-III-30 .., .., ..,
.., .., ..

.....................156

277

-III-31 .., .., ..,


.., ..

...........................................................157
-III-32 .., .., ..
...............158
-III-33 .., .., ..

........................................159
-III-34 .., .., ..,
.., .., ..

- .............................................................160
-III-35 .., .., ..,
.., .., ..

....................................................................161
-III-36 .., .., ..

- ........................................................162
-III-37 .., ..
C
..................................................163
-III-38 .., ..

.................................................................................................164
-III-39 Matras J., Niewiadomski M., Ruppert A., Jdrzejczyk M.,
Kauna-Czapliska J., Grams J.
Catalytic pyrolysis of biomass to gases for industrial application ............165
4.
-IV-1 ..


..........................................166
278

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....................................................................167
-IV-3 ..

.....................................................168
-IV-4 .., .., ..,
..


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-IV-5 .., .., ..

(II)
........................................................170
-IV-6 .., .., ..,
.., .., ..


......................................................171
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..

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.., ..


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.., .., ..,
.., ..

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279

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.............................................................................................176
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...........................................................177
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........................................................178
-IV-14 .., .., ..,
..
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......................................................179
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....................................................180
-IV-16 .., .., ..,
.., ..

..........................................................181
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..
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1-
..............................................182
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.......................................................................183
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280

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.................................................................185
-IV-21 ..

............................................................186
-IV-22 ..

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................................................................................187
-IV-23 .., ..

........................................................................188
-IV-24 .., .., ..
GTL- .............................................189
-IV-25 ..

.................................................190
-IV-26 .., .., ..


.............................................................191


1. -
-I-1 .., .., ..


NiO/B2O3-Al2O3 ....................................................................192
-I-2

.., .., ..,


.., .., ..
-
.....................................................193

-I-3 .., .., ..



...........................................................................194
281

-I-4

.., .., ..,


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Pt(111) - ...............................195
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.., .., ..,


.., ..

SiO2 .........................................................................................196
-I-6

.., .., ..,


.., ..
Ag- Cu-
........................................................197
-I-7

.., .., ..,


..

Ni/
...............................................................198
-I-8 .., .., ..
- H2O2
...................................................................199
2.
-II-1 .., .., ..,
.., ..
-

Pt-
.........................................................................................................200
-II-2 .., .., ..,
.., ..
Ge, Ga, Ti, Zr
3 7 .............201
-II-3 .., .., ..,
.., ..
EXAFS Pd/
(Pd-Ga)/
...........................................................202
282

-II-4 .., .., ..,


.., .., ..,
.., ..
Pd Ga
,

() ..................................203
-II-5 .., .., ..,
..
CO CeO2 .................................................204
-II-6 .., .., ..,
.., ..
Ag/

() ..........205
-II-7 .., .., ..,
.., ..
Pt/SO4/ZrO2 ,
Al2O3 SiO2,
- .......................................................................................................206
3.
-III-1 .., .., ..,
.., ..
Fe-
.............................................................................207
-III-2 .., .., ..,
..
Pt/MOR
.....................................................................208
-III-3 .., .., ..,
..

............................................................................................209

283

-III-4 .., .., ..,


.., .., ..,
.., ..

Bi Mn
.......................................................210
-III-5 .., .., ..,
.., ..
Cu-CeO2/ZrO2
........211
-III-6 .., .., ..,
.., .., ..,
..

................................................................212
-III-7 .., . .
...............213
-III-8 .., .., ..,
..

..............................................................................214
4.
-IV-1 .., .., ..


........................................................................215
-IV-2 Mierczynski P., Maniecki T.P., Jozwiak W.K.
Copper supported catalysts in steam reforming
of methanol ....................................................................................................216
-IV-3 .., .., ..

......................................217
-IV-4 Maniecki T.P., Kaczorowski P., Bawolak Olczak K.,
Mierczyski P., Jwiak W.K.
The influence of alkali ions on the catalytic performance
of Cu-Cr2O3-Al2O3 in methanol synthesis reaction ....................................218
284

-IV-5 .., .., ..



- ...........................................................................219

I. ,
150-
.. ..........................221

-I-1 ..
..
............................223
-I-2 . .
,
:
- -................224
-I-3 ..

:
.....................................225
-I-4 .., .., ..,
.., ..
,
:
.......................................................................226
-I-5 ..

.........................................................227

-I-1 .., .., ..,
..

.............................228
-I-2 ..

................................229
285

-I-3 .., .., .-., ..,


.., ..

........................................................................................230
-I-4 .., .., ..
,
.........................................................................231
-I-5 .., .., - ., .,
..

..............................232
-I-6 .., .., .., ..,
.., .., .., ..
.
..............................................................233
-I-7 .., .., ..,
..

...........................................................................................234
-I-8 ..

................235

C II.
.........................................237

-II-1 ..

-1,
-2
...............................................................239
-II-2 ..
....................................................240
-II-3 ..

...................................................................................241
286

-II-4 .., .., ..,


..


..................................................................................242
-II-5 ..
Mo-V-P
........................................243

-II-1 ..
.................................244
-II-2 .., .., ..,
..

...................................245
-II-3 .., .., ..,
..

.........246
-II-4 .., .., ..,
.., .., ..,
..
....................247
-II-5 .., .., ..,
Besson M.
-

......................248
-II-6 ..

..............................................................249
-II-7 .., ..

...................................................................................250

287

-II-8
..
"" -
Shimadzu () Specac () ....................................251

-II-1 .., .., .

................................................................................................252
-II-2 .., .., ..,
.., ..

....................................................................................................253
-II-3 .., ..


.......................................254
.....................................................................................255
...................................................................................................262

288


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