Authors:Zuguang Liu, Taishun Zhang, Wei Zeng, Hualong Zhu, and Xinnan An
range from 700 to 1100 cm −1 [ 17 ]. According to the literature [ 18 , 19 ], the peak that appears at 1079 cm −1 is assigned to the stretching vibrations of Si–O, those at 981 cm −1 to the W–Ot (Ot, terminal oxygen atoms) bonds stretching, the peaks
Authors:Heondo Jeong, Churl Hee Cho, and Tae Hwan Kim
described in a literature [ 9 ]. Temperature programmed reduction (TPR) measurements were carried out to investigate copper dispersion and reducibility.
Results and discussion
Physicochemical properties of the prepared catalysts
Authors:Chunyan Liu, Zhengfeng Shao, Zihui Xiao, and Changhai Liang
in the previous literature. Recently, Dickinson et al. [ 21 ] reported the deoxygenation of BF in supercritical water over a Pt catalyst. The effect of batch-holding time, water, hydrogen and catalyst loading on the reaction products was examined and
Authors:K. V. Novikova, M. O. Kompanets, O. V. Kushch, S. P. Kobzev, M. M. Khliestov, and I. O. Opeida
corresponding phthalic anhydrides with hydroxylamine hydrochloride, according to modified literature procedures.
4-tert-butyl- N -hydroxyphthalimide, whose synthesis had not been reported, was prepared from 4-tert-butyl-phthalic anhydride [ 19 ]. It was
Authors:Dimitrinka Nikolova, Rumeana Edreva-Kardjieva, and Tatyana Grozeva
emphasized that, according to literature data, the different nature of the ads -CO species (carbonyl, formate, carbonate, and carboxylate) is determined by the surface coverage, temperature, and the presence of other components [ 5 ].
It may also
Authors:Lidia Kuznetsova, Sergei Koscheev, Nina Kuznetsova, and Ludmila Detusheva
–O a ), 960 ν as (Mo=O), 860 ν as (Mo–O b –Mo), and 780 ν as (Mo–O c –Mo). Similarly to Pt–PMo 12 [ 7 ] changes in the spectrum were observed for the Ir–PMo 12 after calcination at 450 °C (spectrum 1, Fig. 2 ). According to literature data, the
Authors:Jian-Zhong Guo, Zhao-Yin Hou, and Xiao-Ming Zheng
with an online gas chromatograph (SHIMADZU, GC-8A) equipped with a packed column (TDX-01) and a thermal conductivity detector. The conversion and selectivity were calculated as described in the literature [ 23
Authors:Bao Agula, Qing-Fang Deng, Mei-Lin Jia, Yuping Liu, Bao Zhaorigetu, and Zhong-Yong Yuan
presents some literature data of catalytic oxidation of VOCs on the supported noble and base metal catalysts. It is seen that the noble metal catalysts are very active in toluene complete oxidation [ 2 , 4 , 28 ]. The best total toluene conversion
conditions. In the present work, the reduction peak appeared at two major temperature ranges: 200–400 °C and 400–800 °C. According to the literature, the reduction of large Co 3 O 4 particles to Co metal and possibly partial reduction of highly dispersed Co