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Themed collection Catalysis on Zeolites

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Editorial

Catalysis on Zeolites – Catalysis Science & Technology

Editorial for the themed issue “Catalysis on Zeolites”.

Graphical abstract: Catalysis on Zeolites – Catalysis Science & Technology
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Bifunctional noble metal/zeolite catalysts for upgrading low-quality diesel fractions via selective opening of naphthenic rings

Hydrogenation of polyaromatics coupled with selective ring opening (SRO) of naphthenes over bifunctional noble metal/zeolite catalysts can be applied to bring low-quality diesel cuts like LCO into cetane specifications.

Graphical abstract: Bifunctional noble metal/zeolite catalysts for upgrading low-quality diesel fractions via selective opening of naphthenic rings
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Perspective

Hybrid organic–inorganic zeolites: status and perspectives

This Perspective article focuses on the recent progress and research directions in the preparation of hybrid organic–inorganic zeolites for applications in heterogeneous catalysis.

Graphical abstract: Hybrid organic–inorganic zeolites: status and perspectives
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Perspective

Disruptive catalysis by zeolites

Emerging concepts and novel possibilities in catalysis by zeolites for a new scenario in chemical and energy vector production.

Graphical abstract: Disruptive catalysis by zeolites
Perspective

Two-dimensional zeolites in catalysis: current status and perspectives

Two-dimensional zeolites have been studied and developed as diverse and fundamentally new forms of 3D framework structures.

Graphical abstract: Two-dimensional zeolites in catalysis: current status and perspectives
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Zeolite-catalysed C–C bond forming reactions for biomass conversion to fuels and chemicals

Biomass conversion to fuels requires elimination of oxygenated functionalities along with formation of C–C bonds to help keeping the largest possible amount of carbon in the fuel range (e.g. C7–C15).

Graphical abstract: Zeolite-catalysed C–C bond forming reactions for biomass conversion to fuels and chemicals
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Open Access Communication

Hierarchical mesoporous Pd/ZSM-5 for the selective catalytic hydrodeoxygenation of m-cresol to methylcyclohexane

Mesopore incorporation into ZSM-5 enhances the dispersion of Pd nanoparticles significantly accelerating m-cresol conversion relative to a conventional microporous ZSM-5, and dramatically increasing selectivity towards the desired methylcyclohexane deoxygenated product.

Graphical abstract: Hierarchical mesoporous Pd/ZSM-5 for the selective catalytic hydrodeoxygenation of m-cresol to methylcyclohexane
Open Access Paper

Towards biolubricant compatible vegetable oils by pore mouth hydrogenation with shape-selective Pt/ZSM-5 catalysts

Pore mouth hydrogenation of vegetable oil with Pt/ZSM-5 is confirmed by the similar intermediately melting product selectivity for various crystal sizes.

Graphical abstract: Towards biolubricant compatible vegetable oils by pore mouth hydrogenation with shape-selective Pt/ZSM-5 catalysts
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Catalyst hydrothermal deactivation and metal contamination during the in situ catalytic pyrolysis of biomass

We investigated the effects of hydrothermal deactivation and biomass metal contamination on the properties and catalytic performance of commercial ZSM-5 catalysts.

Graphical abstract: Catalyst hydrothermal deactivation and metal contamination during the in situ catalytic pyrolysis of biomass
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Assessing biomass catalytic pyrolysis in terms of deoxygenation pathways and energy yields for the efficient production of advanced biofuels

The present work systematically studies the effect of the operation conditions of biomass catalytic pyrolysis on parameters like bio-oil oxygen content and mass yield, but also on additional indicators, such as the distribution of oxygen and chemical energy among the products.

Graphical abstract: Assessing biomass catalytic pyrolysis in terms of deoxygenation pathways and energy yields for the efficient production of advanced biofuels
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Modification of Sn-Beta zeolite: characterization of acidic/basic properties and catalytic performance in Baeyer–Villiger oxidation

Sn-Beta modified with cations such as Li and Na showed better catalytic performance than non-modified Sn-Beta with “open” sites in Baeyer–Villiger oxidation.

Graphical abstract: Modification of Sn-Beta zeolite: characterization of acidic/basic properties and catalytic performance in Baeyer–Villiger oxidation
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Bidimensional ZSM-5 zeolites probed as catalysts for polyethylene cracking

Lamellar and pillared ZSM-5 zeolites (L-ZSM-5 and PI-ZSM-5, respectively) were synthesized and tested in the catalytic cracking of low-density polyethylene (LDPE).

Graphical abstract: Bidimensional ZSM-5 zeolites probed as catalysts for polyethylene cracking
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Comparison of glucose conversion to 5-HMF using different modified mordenites in ionic liquid and biphasic media

Modified mordenites have been used in the direct conversion of glucose into 5-hydroxymethylfurfural (5-HMF) in two different media: the ionic liquid 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium bromide ([BMIM]Br) and a biphasic system composed of water–acetone and ethyl acetate.

Graphical abstract: Comparison of glucose conversion to 5-HMF using different modified mordenites in ionic liquid and biphasic media
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Framework-substituted cerium MCM-22 zeolite and its interlayer expanded derivative MWW-IEZ

Framework-substituted MCM-22 with up to 5% Ce was prepared by a conventional non-TEOS-based method.

Graphical abstract: Framework-substituted cerium MCM-22 zeolite and its interlayer expanded derivative MWW-IEZ
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Selective oxidation of bulky organic sulphides over layered titanosilicate catalysts

Selective oxidation of sulphides is a straightforward method of preparation of organic sulphoxides and sulphones. Bulky sulphides can be selectively oxidized using layered crystalline titanosilicate catalysts with H2O2 as the oxidant.

Graphical abstract: Selective oxidation of bulky organic sulphides over layered titanosilicate catalysts
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Improving the catalytic performance of SAPO-18 for the methanol-to-olefins (MTO) reaction by controlling the Si distribution and crystal size

The physico-chemical properties of the small pore SAPO-18 zeotype have been controlled by properly selecting the organic molecules acting as organic structure directing agents (OSDAs).

Graphical abstract: Improving the catalytic performance of SAPO-18 for the methanol-to-olefins (MTO) reaction by controlling the Si distribution and crystal size
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Mesoporous EU-1 zeolite as a highly active catalyst for ethylbenzene hydroisomerization

The synthesis of a micro-mesoporous EUO zeolite with a significant volume of intercrystalline mesoporosity revealed an outstanding result in the challenging industrial hydroisomerization of ethylbenzene.

Graphical abstract: Mesoporous EU-1 zeolite as a highly active catalyst for ethylbenzene hydroisomerization
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Small-pore molecular sieves SAPO-57 and SAPO-59: synthesis, characterization, and catalytic properties in methanol-to-olefins conversion

The synthesis and characterization of SAPO-57 and SAPO-59, two new members of the ABC-6 family of zeolite structure, together with their methanol-to-olefins performance, are presented.

Graphical abstract: Small-pore molecular sieves SAPO-57 and SAPO-59: synthesis, characterization, and catalytic properties in methanol-to-olefins conversion
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Design of an MWW zeolite catalyst for linear alkylbenzene synthesis with improved catalytic stability

Effect of micro–meso porosity of MWW zeolites on the catalytic linear alkylbenzene synthesis was studied.

Graphical abstract: Design of an MWW zeolite catalyst for linear alkylbenzene synthesis with improved catalytic stability
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Towards molecular control of elementary reactions in zeolite catalysis by advanced molecular simulations mimicking operating conditions

Ingeniously selecting zeolite topology and acidity, reaction temperature and guest molecule loading enables tuning the reaction mechanism of zeolite-catalyzed methylation reactions.

Graphical abstract: Towards molecular control of elementary reactions in zeolite catalysis by advanced molecular simulations mimicking operating conditions
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Selective dehydrogenation of bioethanol to acetaldehyde over basic USY zeolites

Alkali-activated zeolites are active, selective and stable catalysts for ethanol dehydrogenation to acetaldehyde. Molecular oxygen eases hydrogen abstraction from the adsorbed ethoxide intermediate boosting the catalytic performance.

Graphical abstract: Selective dehydrogenation of bioethanol to acetaldehyde over basic USY zeolites
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Open Access Paper

Methanol-to-olefins process over zeolite catalysts with DDR topology: effect of composition and structural defects on catalytic performance

The effect of physicochemical properties on catalyst deactivation, overall olefin selectivity and ethylene/propylene ratio during the methanol-to-olefins (MTO) reaction is presented for two zeolites with the DDR topology, Sigma-1 and ZSM-58.

Graphical abstract: Methanol-to-olefins process over zeolite catalysts with DDR topology: effect of composition and structural defects on catalytic performance
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Effect of SO2 on NH3 oxidation over a Cu-SAPO-34 SCR catalyst

The impact of SO2 on NH3 oxidation, an undesired side reaction that can occur during NH3-SCR, was studied using Cu-SAPO-34.

Graphical abstract: Effect of SO2 on NH3 oxidation over a Cu-SAPO-34 SCR catalyst
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The effect of Si/Al ratio on the catalytic performance of hierarchical porous ZSM-5 for catalyzing benzene alkylation with methanol

High suppression of ethylbenzene formation could be successfully achieved by adjusting the Si/Al ratio of hierarchical porous ZSM-5.

Graphical abstract: The effect of Si/Al ratio on the catalytic performance of hierarchical porous ZSM-5 for catalyzing benzene alkylation with methanol
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Impact of pore topology and crystal thickness of nanosponge zeolites on the hydroconversion of ethylbenzene

Gas-phase hydroconversion of ethylbenzene was investigated using *MRE, MFI and MTW-type zeolite nanosponges with a hydrogenating component (Pt/Al2O3). Spacious channel interconnections in MFI was concluded to remarkably impact product selectivity compared to *MRE and MTW.

Graphical abstract: Impact of pore topology and crystal thickness of nanosponge zeolites on the hydroconversion of ethylbenzene
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The curious effects of integrating bimetallic active centres within nanoporous architectures for acid-catalysed transformations

Engineering site-specific interactions, by introducing complementary transition-metal ions within nanoporous architectures, affords tunability in solid-acid catalysed transformations.

Graphical abstract: The curious effects of integrating bimetallic active centres within nanoporous architectures for acid-catalysed transformations
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Open Access Paper

Pd/zeolite-based catalysts for the preferential CO oxidation reaction: ion-exchange, Si/Al and structure effect

A screening of Pd/zeolite-based catalysts in the PrOx-CO reaction in H2-rich streams was performed using zeolites with different cations (H+, Na+ and Cs+) prepared by ion exchange and framework type (MFI and FAU).

Graphical abstract: Pd/zeolite-based catalysts for the preferential CO oxidation reaction: ion-exchange, Si/Al and structure effect
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Open Access Paper

Carbon/H-ZSM-5 composites as supports for bi-functional Fischer–Tropsch synthesis catalysts

Deposition of pyrolytic carbon on the surface of mesoHZSM-5 improves the activity, C5–C9 selectivity and decreases CH4 selectivity by weakening cobalt-support interaction.

Graphical abstract: Carbon/H-ZSM-5 composites as supports for bi-functional Fischer–Tropsch synthesis catalysts
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Studies on the epoxidation of methallyl chloride over TS-1 microsphere catalysts in a continuous slurry reactor

The epoxidation of methallyl chloride (MAC) to 2-methyl epichlorohydrin (MECH) with H2O2 using TS-1 microsphere catalysts (TS-1-MS) in a continuous slurry reactor was investigated.

Graphical abstract: Studies on the epoxidation of methallyl chloride over TS-1 microsphere catalysts in a continuous slurry reactor
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Improvement in the catalytic properties of ZSM-5 zeolite nanoparticles via mechanochemical and chemical modifications

A combination of bead-milling, subsequent recrystallization and acid treatment of micron-sized ZSM-5 zeolite can provide a highly efficient ZSM-5 nanoparticle catalyst.

Graphical abstract: Improvement in the catalytic properties of ZSM-5 zeolite nanoparticles via mechanochemical and chemical modifications
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Deactivation of Cu-SSZ-13 by SO2 exposure under SCR conditions

Sulfur poisoning is worse in SCR conditions as seen in the figure. Sulfur can be gradually removed during SCR conditions until a certain limit. Sulfur is removed more easily in the front part of the catalyst. Increased ammonia storage is observed due to storage on sulfur species.

Graphical abstract: Deactivation of Cu-SSZ-13 by SO2 exposure under SCR conditions
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Immobilized Grubbs catalysts on mesoporous silica materials: insight into support characteristics and their impact on catalytic activity and product selectivity

The ideal support characteristics for immobilization of the Hoveyda–Grubbs 2 catalyst were defined in the metathesis of cyclooctene and the reaction mechanism to cyclic oligomers was unraveled.

Graphical abstract: Immobilized Grubbs catalysts on mesoporous silica materials: insight into support characteristics and their impact on catalytic activity and product selectivity
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About this collection

Zeolites are the most important heterogeneous catalysts with numerous large-scale applications including cracking, petrochemistry, fine chemical synthesis, and environmental protection. This themed issue evidences the significant impact of zeolites in catalysis, new trends in catalytic applications of zeolites and, in particular, their potential in catalysis. The Guest Editors of the issue are Jiri Čejka, David Serrano and Russell Morris.

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