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Comparison of Catalytic Activity and Efficiency of Hydrogen Peroxide Utilization for Di-Iron-Containing Silicotungstate With Those for Iron Containing Complexes and the Oxidation of Methane and Ethane

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The Keggin-type di-iron-substituted γ-SiW10{Fe(OH2)}2O386- showed high efficiency of hydrogen peroxide utilization for the oxidation of cyclohexane. The efficiency and catalytic activity greatly depended on the structures of the iron centers. Such a structure dependency of the catalysis is significant and the remarkable catalytic performance of di-iron-substituted polyoxometalate may be related to the catalysis by methane monooxygenase. Not only cyclohexane but also cyclooctane, n-hexane, n-pentane, and adamantane were catalytically oxygenated with high efficiency of hydrogen peroxide utilization. Even methane and ethane were oxidized. It was also demonstrated that the potassium salt ofy-SiW10{Fe(OH2)O386- oxidized methane in water.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 113-8656, JAPAN


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