Synthesis of titanium–magnesium nanocatalyst in a high-pressure reactor under the conditions modeling the industrial conditions was studied. A laboratory scale plant including the units for the product synthesis, washing, and filtration was developed. The effect of elevated pressure (10–90 atm) on the process course, on the properties of the catalyst formed, and on the isoprene polymerization was studied for the first time. An increase in pressure leads to an increase in titanium incorporation into the catalyst from 1.52 to 2–2.3 wt % and simultaneously to an increase in the trivalent titanium content to 81 wt %. The titanium–magnesium nanocatalyst with such properties exhibits enhanced performance in isoprene polymerization without deteriorating the polymer microstructure. The development of the catalyst synthesis procedure on the laboratory scale plant will allow pilot-scale modeling of this process in the future.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 17, 2016
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