As a distinctive supportable route, the solvent-free synthesis of zeolites not only minimizes the problems of conversional hydrothermal synthesis, but also greatly increases the product yields with advantageous characteristics, such as reduced waste production and a hierarchical pore structure. Herein, we demonstrate using in situ crystal Co/SiO2 to form a hierarchical catalyst with Co particles entrapped inside the ZSM-5 body via a solvent-free process. Na-type zeolite catalysts enhanced the production of gasoline-range (C5C11) products, with Co@NaZSM-5 giving a high selectivity of 68% in the FischerTropsch synthesis. Obviously, all characterizations showed that these solvent-free synthesized samples had high crystallization and a high surface area for mass transfer. This hierarchical zeolite has the potential to be applied to other similar materials owing to its convenient synthesis method, features, and outstanding results.
Catalysis Science & Technology – Royal Society of Chemistry
Published: May 9, 2018
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