Textural properties of nickel, palladium and titanium oxides supported on MCM-41 materials and their application on oxidative desulfurization of dibenzothiophene
Franco, Regivânia L. M., Oliveira, Thiago G., Pedrosa, Anne M. Garrido, Naviciene, Sandro, Souza, Marcelo J. B.
DATA DE PUBLICAÇÃO
Textural and catalytic properties of nickel, palladium or titanium oxides supported on MCM-41 materials were evaluated in this paper. The results indicated that the MCM-41 material with well defined and highly ordered hexagonal structure was obtained. After metal ions impregnation and calcinations, the structure of MCM-41 was preserved and formed metallic oxide particles, however the decreased of surface area of these structures occurred. The catalysts studied showed maximum conversion levels of dibenzothiophene in the range of 50-65%.
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