rption of alkanes in zeolites by Willy Van Well

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Adsorption of n-alkanes from pentane to decane (C5–C10) in zeolites LTA (ITQ and 5A) and faujasite (FAU, dealuminated high-silica Na-FAU, NaY, and NaX) as well as branched hexane isomers in FAU was investigated by means of experimental quasi-equilibrated temperature-programmed desorption and adsorption (QE-TPDA) and theoretical Monte Carlo molecular Author: Andrzej Sławek, José Manuel Vicent-Luna, Karolina Ogorzały, Susana Valencia, Fernando Rey, Wacław Ma.

The configurational-bias Monte Carlo technique is applied to simulate the adsorption of long chain alkanes in zeolites. This simulation technique is several orders of magnitude more efficient than conventional methods that can be used to simulate the adsorption of long chain alkanes.

Theoretical Simulation of n-Alkane Cracking on Zeolites J. Phys. Chem. C, Vol.No. 22, acid site in MFI with Si/Al) 35 are isolated, rption of alkanes in zeolites book.

Resonant diffusion of normal alkanes in zeolites: Effect of the zeolite structure and alkane molecule vibrations Roumen Tsekov and P.G. Smirniotis Chemical Engineering Department, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio Diffusion of normal alkanes in one-dimensional zeolites is theoretically.

a lot of new synthetic zeolites have been discovered. Last edition of ”Atlas of zeolite framework types” contains entries, [2]. Zeolites are used for ion exchange applications as detergents, for adsorption (dry-ing, separation of hydrocarbons) and as catalysts.

The most of zeolitic catalysts Cited by: 3. Purchase Catalysis and Adsorption by Zeolites, Volume 65 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. The first part of the chapter covers the relevant aspects of processes aimed at producing light olefins from crude oil via catalytic cracking of gasoil and naphtha fractions, oxidative dehydrogenation (ODH) of short-chain alkanes, and from oil-alternative carbon sources such as natural gas or biomass as offered in methanol-to-olefins (MTO Author: Agustín Martínez, Maria A.

Arribas, Sara Moussa. The conversion of light paraffins to olefins and the secondary reactions of the unsaturated compounds were investigated on H-ZSM5 and H-Y zeolites between and K.

Steady state- and transient response-isotope tracing studies revealed that two mechanisms of dehydrogenation are by: The Properties and Applications of Zeolites. published more than peer-reviewed scientific articles and five books.

He is sivity of n-alkanes in zeolite-T with carbon : Christopher J Rhodes. This first book to offer a practical overview of zeolites and their commercial applications provides a practical examination of zeolites in three capacities. Edited by a globally recognized and acclaimed leader in the field with contributions from major industry experts, this handbook and ready reference introduces such novel separators as.

Recent developments in Configurational-Bias Monte Carlo (CBMC) techniques allow the accurate calculation of the sorption isotherms for alkanes, and their mixtures, in various CBMC simulations give new insights into subtle entropy effects affecting mixture types of entropy effects can be distinguished.

The kinetics of alkane cracking in zeolites MFI and FAU have been simulated theoretically from first principles.

Rption of alkanes in zeolites book apparent rate coefficient for alkane cracking was described as the product of the number of alkane molecules per unit mass of zeolite that are close enough to a Brønsted-acid site to be in the reactant state for the cleavage.

Abstract. The chemical activation of light alkanes by acidic zeolites was studied by a combined Classical Mechanics/Quantum Mechanics approach. The diffusion and adsorption steps were investigated by Molecular Mechanics, Molecular Dynamics and Monte Carlo simulations.

The chemical reactions step was studied at the DFT Author: E. Furtado, M. Chaer Nascimento. Adsorption of n-alkanes has been studied in the industrially relevant zeolites H-FAU, H-BEA, H-MOR, and H-ZSM-5 combining QM−Pot(MP2//B3LYP) with statistical thermodynamics calculations and assuming a mobile by: Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSE, volume 80) Abstract Bifunctional zeolite catalysts, generally metal-loaded acid zeolites are employed in numerous processes in petroleum refining and in petrochemical industries (1,2): hydrocracking, selectoforming, dewaxing, hydroisomerization of C 5 -C 6 alkanes, hydroisomerization of C 8 Cited by: 7.

On the fresh zeolite catalysts, butene can be totally converted, with formation of five families of alkanes: n -butane and four families with tertiary carbon atoms: C 5 –C 7 (called light ends), the desired trimethylpentanes (TMP), other C 8 alkanes, mainly dimethylhexanes (DMH), C 9 –C 14 alkanes (heavy ends).Cited by: The use of zeolite catalysts for the refining of products from methanol synthesis and Fisher–Tropsch synthesis was reviewed.

The focus was on fuels refining processes and differences in the application to indirect liquefaction products was compared to petroleum, which is often a case of managing different molecules.

Processes covered were skeletal Cited by: 3. The coverage of H-MFI zeolite acid sites by light alkanes (C3–C7) at monomolecular cracking reaction conditions was determined using infrared operando spectroscopy.

Under such conditions, alkane adsorption through H-bonding leads to a fully reversible perturbation of the zeolite νOH band at cm– by: Distinct mol. ordering of sorbed alkanes is obsd. in MFI zeolites when the chain length of the alkane is similar to the length of the zig-zag channels (i.e., with n-hexane and n-heptane).

In contrast, sorbate-sorbate interactions lead to an increase of the heat of adsorption with increasing loading in large pore mol. sieves such as by:   Conversion of Short-Chain Alkanes by Vanadium-Based and Cu/Zeolite SCR Catalysts The oxidation of short-chain alkanes, such as methane, ethane, and propane, from the exhaust of lean-burn natural gas and lean-burn dual-fuel (natural gas and diesel) engines poses a unique challenge to the exhaust aftertreatment by: 3.

Henry constants, adsorption enthalpies, and entropies of C5−C10 n-alkanes were determined using the chromatographic method on BEA*, TON, MOR, and FAU type zeolites in the temperature range − °C. On all zeolites, the Henry constants of the linear alkanes increase exponentially with the alkane chain by: Chain lenght effects of linear alkanes in zeolite ferrierite Part I: Sorption and 13C NMR experiments Chain length effects of linear alkanes in zeolite ferrierite Part II: Molecular simulations Combining dissipative particle dynamics and Monte Carlo techniques.

The adsorption of alkanes and alkenes on zeolites is investigated by comparing the adsorption characteristics for three types of zeolite: ferrierite, ZSM-5, and mordenite. For example, zeolites are used to catalyse the transformation of linear long-chain alkanes to slightly branched alkanes of similar molecular weight, with the goal of reducing the pour point and.

Whatever the zeolite, the activity of the Pt-zeolite catalysts for n-alkane conversion decreases when the n-alkane length increases. This result was already observed by others on small pores zeolite-based catalysts [38], whereas the opposite was observed on large pores zeolite-based catalysts or on amorphous silica-alumina catalysts [39], [40].Cited by:   Esteves PM, Nascimento MAC, Mota CJA () Reactivity of alkanes on zeolites: a theoretical ab initio study of the H/H exchange.

J Phys Chem B (47)– doi/ jpk CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 7. Adsorption of alkanes in zeolites Citation for published version (APA): van Well, W. Adsorption of alkanes in zeolites. Eindhoven: Technische Universiteit by: 2.

In organic chemistry, an alkane, or paraffin (a historical name that also has other meanings), is an acyclic saturated other words, an alkane consists of hydrogen and carbon atoms arranged in a tree structure in which all the carbon–carbon bonds are single.

Alkanes have the general chemical formula C n H 2n+ alkanes range in complexity from the simplest case. The performance of porous membranes is tremendously influenced by desorption, as alkane separations by a pressure stable MFI membrane revealed.

High membrane selectivities as well as permeation fluxes are to be traced back to the fact that a reduced permeate pressure significantly decreases the loading gradi.

Introduction. Hydroisomerization of the long-chain n-alkanes is an important process in the production of high-quality diesel plays a significant role in the refining of crude oil fractions [] but also in conversion of long-chain n-alkanes derived from alternative raw materials, e.g.

from low-temperature Fischer-Tropsch (LTFT) conversion of (bio-)syngas [, ] or hydrotreating of Cited by: 1. Abstract. Adsorption of n-pentane, n-hexane and isopentane on 5A zeolite was studied using a microbalance atand ° C (P = 27kPa).

The analysis of the compounds trapped in 5A zeolite pores shows a relation between the formation of a carbonaceous compound and an inconsistency between experimental rates of uptake and theoretical curves using the Fick’s Cited by: 1.

Alkanes are the simplest organic molecules, consisting solely of singly-bonded carbon and hydrogen atoms. Alkanes are used as the basis for naming the majority of organic compounds (their nomenclature).Alkanes have the general formula C n H 2n+gh their reactivities are often rather uninteresting, they provide an excellent basis for understanding bonding.

The H/D exchange of small alkanes with zeolites has been shown to be an important tool for understanding the reactivity and the selectivity of carbocations. In previous works, we have shown that tertiary alkanes undergo H/D exchange with deuterated zeolites below cracking threshold [2].

The observed selectivity is differentFile Size: KB. Molecular dynamics simulations are used to study the self-diffusion of linear and branched alkanes in the zeolites Mordenite, ZSM-5, Ferrierite, and ZSM Part of fatty acids were cracked into short chain acids.

Then, short chain acids were deoxygenated to jet range alkanes. Part of alkanes was converted to aromatic hydrocarbons. Compared to zeolite Meso-Y, zeolites Meso-HZSM-5, Meso-Hbeta and SAPO are unsuitable for converting heavy microalgal biodiesel to jet range by: 3.

Two zeolite layers were examined, Cr-zeolite Y and Mo-zeolite Y, with linear alkanes (C 7-C 10) as analytes. Chromatographic (GC-MS) studies showed that over Cr-zeolite Y, heptanes was unreactive, nonane completely reacts making methylpropanol and water, whereas octane and decane produce small linear and branched chain alkanes (Cited by:   Diffusion properties of mesostructured zeolite 5A were investigated by employing n-alkanes as probe molecules using the zero length column (ZLC) method.

The mesopores were found to enhance molecule diffusion. Moreover, the effective diffusion time constant (D eff/R 2) increased with mesoporosity in the zeolites between K and K, whereas the activation Cited by: 8. This is the problem that Ilja Siepmann and Peng Bai at the University of Minnesota in the US have been working on.

In January, their team published details of a novel screening system designed to sort the wheat from the chaff. 3 They focused on the hydro­isomerisation of linear alkanes with 18–30 carbons.

This is an important step in the de-waxing of certain oil fractions during the. The most interesting thing about zeolites is their open, cage-like, "framework" structure and the way it can trap other molecules inside it. This is how water molecules and alkali or alkaline-Earth metal ions (positively charged atoms with too few electrons, sometimes called cations) become a part of zeolite crystals—although they don't.

Recent Advances in Science and Technology of Zeolites and Related Materials is a collection of oral and poster communications, presented during the 14th International Zeolite Conference (IZC). The conference was hosted by the Catalysis Society of South Africa. In the tradition of the IZC series, this Conference provides a forum for the presentation of new knowledge in the 5/5(1).

Activation and Transformation of n-Alkanes and n-Alkene in Zeolites High temperature activation and transformation of light n-alkanes and pentene on parent and post-synthesis-modified ZSM-5 were systematically investigated to seek insight into reaction mechanism and structures of transition states and intermediates involved.Computer simulations of vapour-liquid phase equilibria of n-alkanes Molecular simulations of thermodynamic properties: from argon to long-chain paraffins Simulating the adsorption isotherms of methane, ethane, and propane in the zeolite silicalite.This product is not anymore as it used to be!

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