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MWW-Type Titanosilicate : Synthesis, Structural Modification and Catalytic Applications to Green Oxidations

By: Wu, Peng.
Contributor(s): Xu, Hao | Xu, Le | Liu, Yueming | He, Mingyuan.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.SpringerBriefs in Molecular Science: Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2013Description: 1 online resource (131 p.).ISBN: 9783642391156.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: MWW-Type Titanosilicate : Synthesis, Structural Modification and Catalytic Applications to Green OxidationsDDC classification: 541 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Preface; Contents; 1 Introduction; References; 2 Synthesis of Ti-MWW Zeolite; Abstract; 2.1…Introduction; 2.2…Boron-Containing Ti-MWW Synthesis; 2.3…Boron-Less Ti-MWW Synthesis; 2.3.1 Synthesis of Ti-MWW Using Linear-Type Quaternary Alkylammonium Hydroxides; 2.3.2 Synthesis of Ti-MWW by a Dry-Gel Conversion Method; 2.3.3 Synthesis of Ti-MWW with the Assistant of Fminus Ions; 2.4…Boron-Free Ti-MWW Synthesis; 2.4.1 Synthesis of Ti-MWW with Dual Structure-Directing Agents; 2.4.2 Synthesis of B-Free Ti-MWW Through Reversible Structure Conversion; References
3 Structural Modification of Ti-MWW: A Door to DiversityAbstract; 3.1…Introduction3.1…Introduction; 3.2…Structural Conversion to Enhance the Hydrophobicity; 3.3…Swelling and Full Delamination of Ti-MWW; 3.4…Partial Delamination of Ti-MWW; 3.5…Pillaring of Ti-MWW; 3.5.1 Interlayer Silylation of Ti-MWW; 3.5.2 Synthesis of Ti Containing Interlayer Expanded MWW Structure Via a Combination of Silylation and Ti Insertion; References; 4 Catalytic Properties of Ti-MWW in Selective Oxidation Reactions; Abstract; 4.1…Overview; 4.2…Epoxidation of Alkenes Over Ti-MWW
4.2.1 Epoxidation of Propylene Over Ti-MWW4.2.2 Unique Trans-Selectivity of Ti-MWW in Epoxidation of Cis/Trans-Alkenes with Hydrogen Peroxide; 4.2.3 Selective Liquid-Phase Oxidation of Cyclopentene Over Ti-MWW; 4.2.4 Highly Efficient and Selective Production of Glycidol Through Epoxidation of Allyl Alcohol with H2O2; 4.2.5 Selective Epoxidation of Diallyl Ether with H2O2; 4.2.6 Epoxidation of 2,5-Dihydrofuran to 3,4-Epoxytetrahydrofuran; 4.2.7 Selective Production of Epichlorohydrin Through Epoxidation of Allyl Chloride; 4.3…Ammoximation of Ketones and Aldehydes
4.3.1 Ammoximation of Methyl Ethyl Ketone4.3.2 Ammoximation of Cyclohexanone; 4.3.3 Ammoximation of Cyclohexanone in a Continuous Slurry Reactor; 4.3.4 Cyclohexanone Ammoximation with Core-Shell Structured Ti-MWW@meso-SiO2; 4.4…Unique Catalytic Properties of Fluorine-Planted Ti-MWW; 4.5…Oxidation of Amines, 1,4-Dioxane, Sulfides and Olefinic Alcohols; 4.5.1 Oxidation of Pyridines; 4.5.2 Oxidation of 1,4-Dioxane; 4.5.3 Oxidative Desulfurization with Ti-MWW; 4.5.4 Epoxidation and Cyclization of Olefinic Alcohols
4.6…Selective Epoxidation of Propylene to PO with H2 and O2 Over Bifunctional Au/Ti-MWW CatalystReferences; 5 Conclusions and Prospects
Summary: This book provides a comprehensive review of a new generation of selective oxidation titanosilicate catalysts with the MWW topology (Ti-MWW) based on the research achievements of the past 12 years. It gives an overview of the synthesis, structure modification and catalytic properties of Ti-MWW. Ti-MWW can readily be prepared by means of direct hydrothermal synthesis with crystallization-supporting agents, using dual-structure-directing agents and a dry-gel conversion technique. It also can be post-synthesized through unique reversible structure transformation and liquid-phase isomorphous subst
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Preface; Contents; 1 Introduction; References; 2 Synthesis of Ti-MWW Zeolite; Abstract; 2.1…Introduction; 2.2…Boron-Containing Ti-MWW Synthesis; 2.3…Boron-Less Ti-MWW Synthesis; 2.3.1 Synthesis of Ti-MWW Using Linear-Type Quaternary Alkylammonium Hydroxides; 2.3.2 Synthesis of Ti-MWW by a Dry-Gel Conversion Method; 2.3.3 Synthesis of Ti-MWW with the Assistant of Fminus Ions; 2.4…Boron-Free Ti-MWW Synthesis; 2.4.1 Synthesis of Ti-MWW with Dual Structure-Directing Agents; 2.4.2 Synthesis of B-Free Ti-MWW Through Reversible Structure Conversion; References

3 Structural Modification of Ti-MWW: A Door to DiversityAbstract; 3.1…Introduction3.1…Introduction; 3.2…Structural Conversion to Enhance the Hydrophobicity; 3.3…Swelling and Full Delamination of Ti-MWW; 3.4…Partial Delamination of Ti-MWW; 3.5…Pillaring of Ti-MWW; 3.5.1 Interlayer Silylation of Ti-MWW; 3.5.2 Synthesis of Ti Containing Interlayer Expanded MWW Structure Via a Combination of Silylation and Ti Insertion; References; 4 Catalytic Properties of Ti-MWW in Selective Oxidation Reactions; Abstract; 4.1…Overview; 4.2…Epoxidation of Alkenes Over Ti-MWW

4.2.1 Epoxidation of Propylene Over Ti-MWW4.2.2 Unique Trans-Selectivity of Ti-MWW in Epoxidation of Cis/Trans-Alkenes with Hydrogen Peroxide; 4.2.3 Selective Liquid-Phase Oxidation of Cyclopentene Over Ti-MWW; 4.2.4 Highly Efficient and Selective Production of Glycidol Through Epoxidation of Allyl Alcohol with H2O2; 4.2.5 Selective Epoxidation of Diallyl Ether with H2O2; 4.2.6 Epoxidation of 2,5-Dihydrofuran to 3,4-Epoxytetrahydrofuran; 4.2.7 Selective Production of Epichlorohydrin Through Epoxidation of Allyl Chloride; 4.3…Ammoximation of Ketones and Aldehydes

4.3.1 Ammoximation of Methyl Ethyl Ketone4.3.2 Ammoximation of Cyclohexanone; 4.3.3 Ammoximation of Cyclohexanone in a Continuous Slurry Reactor; 4.3.4 Cyclohexanone Ammoximation with Core-Shell Structured Ti-MWW@meso-SiO2; 4.4…Unique Catalytic Properties of Fluorine-Planted Ti-MWW; 4.5…Oxidation of Amines, 1,4-Dioxane, Sulfides and Olefinic Alcohols; 4.5.1 Oxidation of Pyridines; 4.5.2 Oxidation of 1,4-Dioxane; 4.5.3 Oxidative Desulfurization with Ti-MWW; 4.5.4 Epoxidation and Cyclization of Olefinic Alcohols

4.6…Selective Epoxidation of Propylene to PO with H2 and O2 Over Bifunctional Au/Ti-MWW CatalystReferences; 5 Conclusions and Prospects

This book provides a comprehensive review of a new generation of selective oxidation titanosilicate catalysts with the MWW topology (Ti-MWW) based on the research achievements of the past 12 years. It gives an overview of the synthesis, structure modification and catalytic properties of Ti-MWW. Ti-MWW can readily be prepared by means of direct hydrothermal synthesis with crystallization-supporting agents, using dual-structure-directing agents and a dry-gel conversion technique. It also can be post-synthesized through unique reversible structure transformation and liquid-phase isomorphous subst

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<p>Pengnbsp;Wu completed hisnbsp;BSc (1988) at Nanjing University (China) and obtained his Ph.D. (1996) from Tokyo Institute of Technology, before working as a postdoctoral fellow first at Tokyo Institute of Technology and then at Hokkaido University, Japan (1996-1999). In 1999, he moved to Yokohama National University and worked as a visiting Assistant Professor. Since 2003, he has been a full professor of physical chemistry at East China Normal University, Shanghai (China), where he holds the Cheung Kong Professorship. His research interests include design synthesis and applications ofnbsp;zeolites and related porous materials for environmentally friendly chemical processes. He received the Outstanding Young Researcher award from the Japan Petroleum Institute (2003) and Catalysis Society of Japan (2004), Shanghai Municipality Science and Technology Award (2007), and National Science Fund of China for Distinguished Young Scholars (2009) etc. He has published more than 150 scientific papers and holds 30 patents.</p>

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