Liquid Phase Oxidation of Glycerol Using a Single Phase (Au-Pd) Alloy Supported on Activated Carbon: Effect of Reaction Conditions.
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The liquid phase oxidation of glycerol has been studied over gold-palladium nanoparticles supported on activated carbon and synthesized by using a one-protocol synthesis. The effect of pressure, catalyst amount and base has been examined by using an autoclave reactor with molecular oxygen as oxidant at mild conditions. By choosing the appropriate reaction conditions control of selectivity could be possible, whereas activity is strongly dependent on catalyst amount and concentration of base.
|Title:||Liquid Phase Oxidation of Glycerol Using a Single Phase (Au-Pd) Alloy Supported on Activated Carbon: Effect of Reaction Conditions|
|Keywords:||Liquid-phase oxidation of glycerol, Gold, Palladium, SOLVENT-FREE OXIDATION, SELECTIVE OXIDATION, GOLD CATALYSTS, BIMETALLIC CATALYSTS, PRIMARY ALCOHOLS, PLATINUM METALS, CHEMICALS, ALDEHYDES, AIR, DERIVATIVES|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences
UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry
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