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Synergetic behavior of TiO2-supported Pd(z)Pt(1−z) catalysts in the green synthesis of methyl formate

(2016) CHEMCATCHEM. 8(6). p.1157-1166
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Methyl formate (MF) is a valuable platform molecule, the industrial production of which is far from being green. In this contribution, TiO2-supported Pd(z)Pt(1-z) catalysts were found to be effective in the green synthesis of methyl formate (MF)at T=323K and ambient pressurethrough methanol (MeOH) oxidation. Two series of catalysts with similar bulk Pd/(Pd+Pt) molar ratios, z, were prepared; one by a water-in-oil microemulsion (MicE) method and the other by an incipient wetness impregnation (IWI). The MicE method led to more efficient catalysts owing to a weak influence of z on particle size distributions and nanoparticles composition. Pd(z)Pt(1-z)-MicE catalysts exhibited strong synergistic effects for MF production but weak synergistic effects for MeOH conversion. The catalytic performance of Pd(z)Pt(1-z)-MicE was superior to that of Pd(z)Pt(1-z)-IWI catalysts despite the latter displaying synergetic effects during the reaction. The catalytic behavior of TiO2-supported Pd(z)Pt(1-z) catalysts was explained from correlations between XRD, TEM, and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy characterizations.
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green chemistry, methanol oxidation, methyl formate, supported catalysts, synergy, SUPPORTED PD NANOPARTICLES, COPPER-BASED CATALYSTS, SELECTIVE OXIDATION, METHANOL OXIDATION, LOW-TEMPERATURE, BIMETALLIC CATALYSTS, LASER VAPORIZATION, PARTICLE-SIZE, PT CATALYSTS, XPS ANALYSIS

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Baldovino-Medrano, Víctor G et al. “Synergetic Behavior of TiO2-supported Pd(z)Pt(1−z) Catalysts in the Green Synthesis of Methyl Formate.” CHEMCATCHEM 8.6 (2016): 1157–1166. Print.
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Baldovino-Medrano, V. G., Pollefeyt, G., Bliznuk, V., Van Driessche, I., Gaigneaux, E. M., Ruiz, P., & Wojcieszak, R. (2016). Synergetic behavior of TiO2-supported Pd(z)Pt(1−z) catalysts in the green synthesis of methyl formate. CHEMCATCHEM, 8(6), 1157–1166.
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Baldovino-Medrano, Víctor G, Glenn Pollefeyt, Vitaliy Bliznuk, Isabel Van Driessche, Eric M Gaigneaux, Patricio Ruiz, and Robert Wojcieszak. 2016. “Synergetic Behavior of TiO2-supported Pd(z)Pt(1−z) Catalysts in the Green Synthesis of Methyl Formate.” Chemcatchem 8 (6): 1157–1166.
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Baldovino-Medrano, Víctor G, Glenn Pollefeyt, Vitaliy Bliznuk, Isabel Van Driessche, Eric M Gaigneaux, Patricio Ruiz, and Robert Wojcieszak. 2016. “Synergetic Behavior of TiO2-supported Pd(z)Pt(1−z) Catalysts in the Green Synthesis of Methyl Formate.” Chemcatchem 8 (6): 1157–1166.
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Baldovino-Medrano VG, Pollefeyt G, Bliznuk V, Van Driessche I, Gaigneaux EM, Ruiz P, et al. Synergetic behavior of TiO2-supported Pd(z)Pt(1−z) catalysts in the green synthesis of methyl formate. CHEMCATCHEM. 2016;8(6):1157–66.
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V. G. Baldovino-Medrano et al., “Synergetic behavior of TiO2-supported Pd(z)Pt(1−z) catalysts in the green synthesis of methyl formate,” CHEMCATCHEM, vol. 8, no. 6, pp. 1157–1166, 2016.
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  abstract     = {Methyl formate (MF) is a valuable platform molecule, the industrial production of which is far from being green. In this contribution, TiO2-supported Pd(z)Pt(1-z) catalysts were found to be effective in the green synthesis of methyl formate (MF)at T=323K and ambient pressurethrough methanol (MeOH) oxidation. Two series of catalysts with similar bulk Pd/(Pd+Pt) molar ratios, z, were prepared; one by a water-in-oil microemulsion (MicE) method and the other by an incipient wetness impregnation (IWI). The MicE method led to more efficient catalysts owing to a weak influence of z on particle size distributions and nanoparticles composition. Pd(z)Pt(1-z)-MicE catalysts exhibited strong synergistic effects for MF production but weak synergistic effects for MeOH conversion. The catalytic performance of Pd(z)Pt(1-z)-MicE was superior to that of Pd(z)Pt(1-z)-IWI catalysts despite the latter displaying synergetic effects during the reaction. The catalytic behavior of TiO2-supported Pd(z)Pt(1-z) catalysts was explained from correlations between XRD, TEM, and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy characterizations.},
  author       = {Baldovino-Medrano, Víctor G and Pollefeyt, Glenn and Bliznuk, Vitaliy and Van Driessche, Isabel and Gaigneaux, Eric M and Ruiz, Patricio and Wojcieszak, Robert},
  issn         = {1867-3880},
  journal      = {CHEMCATCHEM},
  keywords     = {green chemistry,methanol oxidation,methyl formate,supported catalysts,synergy,SUPPORTED PD NANOPARTICLES,COPPER-BASED CATALYSTS,SELECTIVE OXIDATION,METHANOL OXIDATION,LOW-TEMPERATURE,BIMETALLIC CATALYSTS,LASER VAPORIZATION,PARTICLE-SIZE,PT CATALYSTS,XPS ANALYSIS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {1157--1166},
  title        = {Synergetic behavior of TiO2-supported Pd(z)Pt(1−z) catalysts in the green synthesis of methyl formate},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/cctc.201501211},
  volume       = {8},
  year         = {2016},
}

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