One-Pot Sol–Gel Preparation for Efficient Cobalt–Molybdenum–Titania Hydrotreating Catalysts (pages 2112–2120)
D. L. Nguyen, S. Gillot, D. O. Souza, Dr. P. Blanchard, Prof. C. Lamonier, Dr. E. Berrier, T. V. Kotbagi, Dr. M. K. Dongare, Dr. S. B. Umbarkar, Prof. S. Cristol, Prof. E. Payen and Dr. C. Lancelot
Article first published online: 27 SEP 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/cctc.201200165
One-pot adventures: Titania-based hydrodesulfurization catalysts were prepared by using a one-pot sol–gel method, with a titanium peroxo complex as the Ti-precursor. Molybdenum and cobalt precursors were dissolved in the aqueous hydrogen peroxide solution used during synthesis. Catalysts with MoO3 loadings that vary from 5 to 40 wt% and a Co/Mo atomic ratio of 0.5 were prepared.