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Mesoporous MgO synthesized by a homogeneous-hydrothermal method and its catalytic performance on gas-phase acetone condensation at low temperatures

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Mesoporous MgO synthesized by a homogeneous-hydrothermal method and its catalytic performance on gas-phase acetone condensation at low temperatures
Abstract

•Mesoporous MgO was prepared by a homogeneous-hydrothermal method.•The mesoporous MgO possesses high specific area and rich basic sites.•The conversion of acetone to isophorone was realized at low temperatures.

Mesoporous MgO micro-particles (20–80 μm) with crystalline phase framework wall were synthesized through a simple hydrothermal homogeneous precipitation route using urea as precipitating reagent. It possesses high specific area (278 m2/g), pseudo parallel pore and wall arrangement and large amount of basic sites and exhibits excellent catalytic activity for acetone condensation to mesityl oxide and isophorone even at low temperatures (< 200 °C).

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Keywords
Mesoporous MgO; Homogeneous-hydrothermal; Basic sites; Acetone; Isophorone
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Catalysis Communications - Volume 74, 10 January 2016, Pages 39–42
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Catalysis
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