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July 29, 2016

VIP: Ag-Promoted ZrBEA Zeolites Obtained by Post-Synthetic Modification for Conversion of Ethanol to Butadiene

Ag-Promoted ZrBEA Zeolites Obtained by Post-Synthetic Modification for Conversion of Ethanol to Butadiene

The Ag goes to Zeolites! Ag/ZrBEA (zirconium-containing zeolite beta) catalysts prepared using a post-synthesis method show significant advantages compared with Ag/ZrBEA catalysts synthesized using a conventional hydrothermal procedure. Parent AlBEA materials with different Si/Al ratios and crystal sizes are used to determine the best catalyst for the conversion of ethanol to butadiene.

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