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Hydrogenation of carbon oxides over promoted Fe-Mn catalysts prepared by the microemulsion methodology

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Hydrogenation of carbon oxides over promoted Fe-Mn catalysts prepared by the microemulsion methodology
Abstract

The microemulsion technology was used in order to improve the preparation of iron-based catalysts for the CO and CO2 hydrogenation reactions. This technique led to a sample with a higher surface area when compared with a similar solid prepared by conventional precipitation. As a consequence, a higher catalytic activity was obtained.The hydrogenation of carbon oxides was also performed over promoted iron-manganese catalysts. The preparation of these samples by the microemulsion methodology yielded to homogeneous mixed oxides. Manganese-containing catalysts presented a higher activity towards the formation of hydrocarbons, at the same conversion levels, than the iron counterparts.These catalysts were promoted with copper, sodium and potassium. Carbon dioxide conversion was favoured by alkaline addition, especially by potassium, due to the promotion of the water-gas shift reaction. Furthermore, alkaline promotion enhanced selectivity towards long-chain products either in CO2 and CO hydrogenation processes. Addition of copper caused a more facile reducibility of the solids, resulting in a significant increment in both carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide conversion without modifying products selectivity.

Keywords
Iron catalysts; Fischer–Tropsch; Carbon dioxide hydrogenation; K-promoted catalysts; Cu-promoted catalysts; Microemulsion
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Applied Catalysis A: General - Volume 311, 1 September 2006, Pages 66–75
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Catalysis
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