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: TextSeries: 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.
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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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