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Catalytic performance of vanadium MIL-47 and linker-substituted variants in the oxidation of cyclohexene: a combined theoretical and experimental approach

Matthias Vandichel, Shyam Prosad Biswas UGent, Karen Leus UGent, Joachim Paier, Joachim Sauer, Toon Verstraelen UGent, Pascal Van Der Voort UGent, Michel Waroquier UGent and Veronique Van Speybroeck UGent (2014) CHEMPLUSCHEM. 79(8). p.1183-1197
abstract
The epoxidation of cyclohexene has been investigated on a metal-organic framework MIL-47 containing saturated V+IV sites linked with functionalized terephthalate linkers (MIL-47-X, X= OH, F, Cl, Br, CH3, NH2). Experimental catalytic tests have been performed on the MIL-47-X materials to elucidate the effect of linker substitution on the conversion. Notwithstanding the fact that these substituted materials are prone to leaching in the performed catalytic tests, the initial catalytic activity of these materials correlates with the Hammett substituent constants. In general, substituents led to an increased activity relative to the parent MIL-47. To rationalize the experimental findings, first-principles kinetic calculations were performed on periodic models of MIL-47 to determine the most important active sites by creating defect structures in the interior of the crystalline material. In a next step these defect structures were used to propose extended cluster models, which are able to reproduce in an adequate way the direct environment of the active metal site. An alkylperoxo species V+VO-(OOtBu) was identified as the most abundant and therefore the most active epoxidation site. The structure of the most active site was a starting basis for the construction of extended cluster models including substituents. They were used for quantifying the effect of functionalization of the linkers on the catalytic performance of the heterogeneous catalyst MIL-47-X. Electron-withdrawing as well as electron-donating groups have been considered. The epoxidation activity of the functionalized models has been compared with the measured experimental conversion of cyclohexene. The agreement is fairly good. This combined experimental-theoretical study makes it possible to elucidate the structure of the most active site and to quantify the electronic modulating effects of linker substituents on the catalytic activity.
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INITIO MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS, METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS, TOTAL-ENERGY CALCULATIONS, BLOCK HESSIAN APPROACH, WAVE BASIS-SET, CHARGE-DENSITIES, HYDROGEN STORAGE, POROUS SOLIDS, ADSORPTION, TRANSITION, metal-organic frameworks, substituent effects, heterogeneous catalysis, epoxidation, ab initio calculations
journal title
CHEMPLUSCHEM
ChemPlusChem
volume
79
issue
8
pages
1183 - 1197
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Article
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000340508000016
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CHEMISTRY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY
JCR impact factor
3.026 (2014)
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44/157 (2014)
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2 (2014)
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2192-6506
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10.1002/cplu.201402007
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English
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5701334
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-5701334
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2014-09-11 20:39:41
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  abstract     = {The epoxidation of cyclohexene has been investigated on a metal-organic framework MIL-47 containing saturated V+IV sites linked with functionalized terephthalate linkers (MIL-47-X, X= OH, F, Cl, Br, CH3, NH2). Experimental catalytic tests have been performed on the MIL-47-X materials to elucidate the effect of linker substitution on the conversion. Notwithstanding the fact that these substituted materials are prone to leaching in the performed catalytic tests, the initial catalytic activity of these materials correlates with the Hammett substituent constants. In general, substituents led to an increased activity relative to the parent MIL-47. To rationalize the experimental findings, first-principles kinetic calculations were performed on periodic models of MIL-47 to determine the most important active sites by creating defect structures in the interior of the crystalline material. In a next step these defect structures were used to propose extended cluster models, which are able to reproduce in an adequate way the direct environment of the active metal site. An alkylperoxo species V+VO-(OOtBu) was identified as the most abundant and therefore the most active epoxidation site. The structure of the most active site was a starting basis for the construction of extended cluster models including substituents. They were used for quantifying the effect of functionalization of the linkers on the catalytic performance of the heterogeneous catalyst MIL-47-X. Electron-withdrawing as well as electron-donating groups have been considered. The epoxidation activity of the functionalized models has been compared with the measured experimental conversion of cyclohexene. The agreement is fairly good. This combined experimental-theoretical study makes it possible to elucidate the structure of the most active site and to quantify the electronic modulating effects of linker substituents on the catalytic activity.},
  author       = {Vandichel, Matthias and Biswas, Shyam Prosad and Leus, Karen and Paier, Joachim and Sauer, Joachim and Verstraelen, Toon and Van Der Voort, Pascal and Waroquier, Michel and Van Speybroeck, Veronique},
  issn         = {2192-6506},
  journal      = {CHEMPLUSCHEM},
  keyword      = {INITIO MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS,METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS,TOTAL-ENERGY CALCULATIONS,BLOCK HESSIAN APPROACH,WAVE BASIS-SET,CHARGE-DENSITIES,HYDROGEN STORAGE,POROUS SOLIDS,ADSORPTION,TRANSITION,metal-organic frameworks,substituent effects,heterogeneous catalysis,epoxidation,ab initio calculations},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {8},
  pages        = {1183--1197},
  title        = {Catalytic performance of vanadium MIL-47 and linker-substituted variants in the oxidation of cyclohexene: a combined theoretical and experimental approach},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/cplu.201402007},
  volume       = {79},
  year         = {2014},
}

Chicago
Vandichel, Matthias, Shyam Prosad Biswas, Karen Leus, Joachim Paier, Joachim Sauer, Toon Verstraelen, Pascal Van Der Voort, Michel Waroquier, and Veronique Van Speybroeck. 2014. “Catalytic Performance of Vanadium MIL-47 and Linker-substituted Variants in the Oxidation of Cyclohexene: a Combined Theoretical and Experimental Approach.” Chempluschem 79 (8): 1183–1197.
APA
Vandichel, M., Biswas, S. P., Leus, K., Paier, J., Sauer, J., Verstraelen, T., Van Der Voort, P., et al. (2014). Catalytic performance of vanadium MIL-47 and linker-substituted variants in the oxidation of cyclohexene: a combined theoretical and experimental approach. CHEMPLUSCHEM, 79(8), 1183–1197.
Vancouver
1.
Vandichel M, Biswas SP, Leus K, Paier J, Sauer J, Verstraelen T, et al. Catalytic performance of vanadium MIL-47 and linker-substituted variants in the oxidation of cyclohexene: a combined theoretical and experimental approach. CHEMPLUSCHEM. 2014;79(8):1183–97.
MLA
Vandichel, Matthias, Shyam Prosad Biswas, Karen Leus, et al. “Catalytic Performance of Vanadium MIL-47 and Linker-substituted Variants in the Oxidation of Cyclohexene: a Combined Theoretical and Experimental Approach.” CHEMPLUSCHEM 79.8 (2014): 1183–1197. Print.