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Preparation and Characterization of Cu/Zno Catalysts

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Preparation and Characterization of Cu/Zno Catalysts by Zander Stefan
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Methanol is one of the most important industrial base chemicals and also a starting material for many organic syntheses. A steadily rising amount is used as fuel or fuel additive because methanol can serve as liquid hydrogen carrier. In the chemical industry, methanol is produced from synthesis gas over Cu/ZnO based catalysts. The catalyst is prepared by a multi-step synthesis (co-precipitation, calcination, reduction). Already in early stages of the preparation structural characteristics can provide indications for the resulting activity of the final catalyst. In order to investigate correlations between preparation parameters, microstructure and activity of Cu/ZnO based catalysts, the effects of the pH during co-precipitation and aging, use of MgO instead of ZnO and doping with Ga-ions were examined in the present work. Precursors, calcined and reduced samples were investigated with different methods (XRD, XRF, physisorption, TPR, RFC, UV-Vis spectroscopy, XAS, XPS, SEM, TEM) and selected samples were tested in methanol synthesis.
Release date Australia
December 23rd, 2014
Author
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
Sudwestdeutscher Verlag Fur Hochschulschriften AG
Pages
132
Dimensions
152x229x8
ISBN-13
9783838150208
Product ID
23704907

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