Conversion of biomass-derived butanal into gasoline-range branched hydrocarbon over Pd-supported catalysts
- Conversion of biomass-derived butanal into gasoline-range branched hydrocarbon over Pd-supported catalysts
- 김성민; 이미은; 최재욱; 서동진; 서영웅
- Butanol; Biomass; Pd Catalyst; C-C Coupling; Hydrodeoxygenation; Biomass-derived butanal; Heterogeneous catalysis; Pd-supported catalysts
- Issue Date
- Catalysis communications
- VOL 16, NO 1, 108-113
- For production of gasoline-range branched hydrocarbon frombutanal, Pd catalysts supported on differentmetal
oxides were applied. Among the prepared catalysts, Pd/ZrO2 showed the complete butanal conversion with the
formation of C7-to-C9 branched hydrocarbon (75% yield). Additionally, the ratios of O/C and straight-chain to
branched hydrocarbon (n-C/br-C) were found to be 0.005 and 0.17, respectively. This indicates that an adequate
combination of Pd dispersion and amphoteric ZrO2 character promoted hydrodeoxygenation, C–C coupling and
isomerization reactions. Consequently, both Pd dispersion and acid–base properties of supports are suggested to
play a pivotal role in producing gasoline-range hydrocarbon at a high yield.
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