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Dr. Na Ji, Dr. Mingyuan Zheng, Prof. Aiqin Wang, Prof. Tao Zhang and Prof. Jingguang G. Chen Nickel-Promoted Tungsten Carbide Catalysts for Cellulose Conversion: Effect of Preparation Methods ChemSusChem 5

Article first published online: 29 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201100575

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Disappearing cellulose: Highly dispersed Ni-promoted W2C catalysts have been prepared by a post-impregnation method and found to be very active and selective for cellulose conversion into ethylene glycol (EG). Over Ni–(W2C/AC) catalyst, total cellulose conversion with a high EG yield has been achieved. The underlying reason for the enhanced catalytic performance is most probably the significantly higher dispersion of active sites on the catalyst.

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