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Relation between composition and morphology of K(Co)MoS active phase species and their performances in hydrotreating of model FCC gasoline

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Relation between composition and morphology of K(Co)MoS active phase species and their performances in hydrotreating of model FCC gasoline
Abstract

•K-(Co)Mo/Al2O3 catalysts were prepared with H3PMo12O40, Co citrate and KOH.•Sulphidation degree of metals and Co amount in CoMoS increased with K content.•Average length of (Co)MoS2 slabs increased with K addition to (Co)Mo/Al2O3 catalysts.•Addition of potassium led to the partial poisoning of the HDS and HYD active sites.•Olefin HYD was more sensitive to potassium than thiophene HDS.

K-Mo/Al2O3 and K-CoMo/Al2O3 catalysts with various amount of potassium (up to 15 wt. %) were synthesized using H3PMo12O40, CoCO3 and KOH. The catalysts were characterised by the following techniques: low-temperature N2 adsorption, Raman spectroscopy, temperature-programmed reduction, temperature-programmed desorption of NH3, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, high-resolution transmission electron microscopy. Synthesized catalysts were tested in hydrotreating of model fluid catalytic cracking gasoline containing 1000 ppm of sulphur from thiophene and 36 wt. % of n-hexene-1. It was found that potassium incorporation led to the strong changes in both physical-chemical characteristics and catalytic behaviour of sulphide catalysts. Using potassium favoured the growth of average slab length and sulphidation degree of metals with selective formation of CoMoS active phase. Addition of potassium also led to the partial poisoning of the active sites what resulted in decrease of catalyst activities compared with the reference Mo/Al2O3 and CoMo/Al2O3 samples. Olefin hydrogenation was more sensitive to potassium than thiophene hydrodesulphurization what resulted in the growth of the dependence of selectivity factor on potassium content in the catalysts. Obtained results allowed us to suppose that potassium partially inserts in sulphide slabs with changing the nature of active sites and probably with formation of new type of active “KCoMoS” sites.

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Keywords
Selective hydrodesulphurization; CoMoS; Potassium; FCC gasoline; Thiophene; Hexene-1
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Catalysis Today - Volume 271, 1 August 2016, Pages 16–27
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Catalysis
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