A novel approach for the preparation of promoted vanadyl pyrophosphate in well-defined structure was examined. Lamellar vanadyl benzylphosphate (LVBP) was used as a host material and iron acetylacetonate as a guest. It was found that iron acetylacetonate was successfully inserted into the interlayer of LVBP by heating of LVBP and iron acetylacetonate in toluene solution. Calcination of this in tercalated material resulted in a well-crystallized vanadyl pyrophosphate phase with uniform dispersion of Fe in bulk and surface. The obtained Fe-promoted vanadyl pyrophosphate showed an enhancement in the activity for selective oxidation of n-butane, especially at high temperature and long contact time.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 15, 2009
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