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Rational design of a solid acid catalyst for the conversion of methanol to light alkenes: Synthesis, structure and performance of DAF-4

Barrett, PA; Jones, RH; Thomas, JM; Sankar, G; Shannon, IJ; Catlow, CRA; (1996) Rational design of a solid acid catalyst for the conversion of methanol to light alkenes: Synthesis, structure and performance of DAF-4. CHEM COMMUN (17) 2001 - 2002.

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Abstract

By careful choice of the appropriate organic template, new shape-selective solid acid catalysts-framework-substituted microporous aluminium phosphates (AlPO4) that are structurally analogous to the mineral levyne-are designed, synthesised and characterised; they convert methanol preferentially to ethene and propene.

Type:Article
Title:Rational design of a solid acid catalyst for the conversion of methanol to light alkenes: Synthesis, structure and performance of DAF-4
Keywords:MOLECULAR-SIEVES, ALUMINOPHOSPHATE
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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