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Zeolitic materials as catalysts for organic syntheses

AuthorsMartín-Luengo, María Ángeles ; Yates Buxcey, Malcolm
KeywordsMajor objective
Catalytic process
Organic synthesis
Economic consideration
Issue DateSep-1995
CitationJournal of Materials Science 30(18): 4483-4491 (1995)
AbstractThe major applications of zeolitic materials are as cation exchangers, selective adsorbents, catalysts and catalyst supports (mainly in catalytic cracking, hydroisomerization and aromatics processing). Their use in the synthesis of hydrocarbon intermediates and fine chemicals is at an earlier stage of research, although several international reunions and reviews have already shown the improvement achieved by using these solids in conventional catalytic processes. This improvement is found mainly in activity, selectivity and environmental concerns, new more environmentally friendly routes having been found for processes which previously produced undesirable side reactions or high amounts of environmentally hazardous residues (with the subsequent economic considerations). More than a hundred references form the main body of the present piece of work, which has three major objectives, the first of which is to outline the main properties of zeolitic materials in relation to their use as catalysts in organic syntheses, the second to present an up to date bibliographic review of their use for such purposes and the third to show the main improvements that these materials present with respect to the more conventional catalysts.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01153053
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