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Ruthenium-tin sol-gel catalysts: effect of the preparation and tin precursor influence

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The influence of the synthesis route and the chemical nature of tin precursors on the catalytic properties of supported sol-gel Ru-Sn/SiO2 catalysts were studied. It was demonstrated that introduction of tin afforded better selectivities than a monometallic sol-gel catalyst in the liquid-phase hydrogenation of cinnamaldehyde; however, the chemical nature of the tin precursor did not influence the catalyst performance. Sol-gel catalyst properties depended significantly upon the preparation method used and on the activation temperature. The selectivity to unsaturated alcohol increased with conversion, which is indicative of the in-situ creation of active sites selective in the carbonyl bond hydrogenation.


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