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Effect of H2O on the partial photo-oxidation of ethylene over Cu/SiO2 photocatalyst

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Ethylene can be catalytically photo-oxidised with water as an oxidant over silica-supported copper oxide evacuated at 973 K. Presence of Cu+ cations in the catalyst is evidenced by X-ray Absorption Near-Edge Structure (XANES). Ethylene oxide is formed at 278 K with a selectivity higher than 80% by the irradiation with UV-filtered light longer than 280 nm.


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