Thomas, JM and Hernandez-Garrido, JC and Bell, RG (2009) A General Strategy for the Design of New Solid Catalysts for Environmentally Benign Conversions Solid Catalysts for Benign Conversions. TOP CATAL , 52 (12) 1630 - 1639. 10.1007/s11244-009-9302-5.
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After first outlining in qualitative terms progress made in predicting and modelling solids in general, a brief account is given of the substantial progress made in enumerating hypothetical open structures based on 4-co-ordinantion, some of which will possibly play a role in the catalytic conversion of carbohydrates that figure eminently in renewable feedstocks. Specifically, in outlining trends in processing renewable organic species, attention is paid to (i) converting starch into potentially important new fuels; (ii) the catalytic dehydration of bio-ethanol to yield ethylene; and (iii) catalytically assisted modifications that can be made to bio-glycerol, especially via oxidation. Finally, progress made in a general strategy for the design of new catalysts is outlined, and a tabulation given of a dozen or so examples that have high commercial significance.
|Title:||A General Strategy for the Design of New Solid Catalysts for Environmentally Benign Conversions Solid Catalysts for Benign Conversions|
|Keywords:||Design of catalysts, Renewable feedstocks, Structure prediction, Solid acid catalysts, Ethanol to ethylene, Biodiesel, Bioglycerol, Open structures, Starch, SITE HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSTS, CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE PREDICTION, ADIPIC ACID, BIODIESEL PRODUCTION, SELECTIVE OXIDATION, AERIAL OXIDATION, STEP CONVERSION, CHEMICALS, ENANTIOSELECTIVITY, GLYCEROL|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry|
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