Mesoporous zeolite single crystals for catalytic hydrocarbon conversion

I. Schmidt, C.H. Christensen, Peter Hasselriis, Marina Kustova, Michael Brorson Nielsen, Søren Dahl, K. Johannsen, Claus H. Christensen

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Abstract

Recently, mesoporous zeolite single crystals were discovered. They constitute a novel family of materials that features a combined micropore and mesopore architecture within each individual crystal. Here, we briefly summarize recent catalytic results from cracking and isomerization of alkalies, alkylation of aromatics and present new results on isomerization of aromatics. Specifically, the shape-selective isomerization of meta-xylenc into para-xylene and ortho-xylene is studied. In all these reactions, rnesoporous zeolite single crystals prove to be unique catalysts since they provide easy transport to and from active sites and at the same time maintain the shape-selectivity required. Thus, all these results support the idea that the beneficial effect of the mesopores system in the mesoporous zeolite single crystals call be solely attributed to enhanced mass transport.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMolecular Sieves: From Basic Research to Industrial Applications : Proceedings of the 3 International Zeolite Symposium (3 FEZA), Prague, Czech Republic
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherElsevier
Publication date2005
Pages1247-1254
ISBN (Print)978-0-444-52083-8, 0-444-52082-1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Event3rd Conference of the Federation of European Zeolite Association (FEZA) - Prague, Czech Republic
Duration: 23 Aug 200529 Aug 2005
Conference number: 3

Conference

Conference3rd Conference of the Federation of European Zeolite Association (FEZA)
Number3
Country/TerritoryCzech Republic
CityPrague
Period23/08/200529/08/2005
SeriesStudies in Surface Science and Catalysis
NumberPart B
Volume158
ISSN0167-2991

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