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Role of nickel and vanadium over USY and RE-USY coke formation

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Role of nickel and vanadium over USY and RE-USY coke formation
Abstract

The present paper approaches the role of nickel and vanadium oxidation states in the coke formation from cyclohexane model cracking reaction over USY and RE-USY zeolites. The coke yield increased for both zeolites, USY and RE-USY, due to the presence of nickel and/or vanadium contaminant metals. USY loaded with Ni and V presented about the same reducibility of USY loaded distinctly with Ni or V, when steam deactivation is not applied previously. However, coke formation decreased by a factor of 2 for RE-USY or USY loaded with Ni and V when compared to Ni or V loaded distinctly. This factor was affected neither by oxidation/reduction treatments, nor by rare-earths presence. After oxidation treatment vanadium is the principal responsible for coke formation. For V-USY catalyst the coke yield increase by a factor of 2.7 after reduction, while for Ni-USY catalyst coke yield increase by a factor of 13. For the RE-USY catalyst, the coke formation is strongly inhibited on vanadium sites and promoted on nickel sites. These results suggest that the coke formation on the zeolite acidic sites is influenced by multi-component interaction between Ni-V, Ni-RE and V-RE elements.

Graphical abstractThe present paper approaches the role of nickel and vanadium oxidation state in the coke formation from cyclohexane model cracking reaction over USY and RE-USY zeolites. The coke yield increased due to the presence of Ni0, V3+ and V5+ species on USY. Rare-earth elements strongly inhibited the vanadium effect on coke formation and enhance coke formation on nickel sites. Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide

Keywords
Nickel; Vanadium; USY zeolite; Rare-earth; Coke
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Applied Catalysis A: General - Volume 315, 23 November 2006, Pages 68–73
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Catalysis
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