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Preparation, characterization and catalytic activity of Bi-Mo-based catalysts for the oxidative dehydrogenation of n-butene to 1,3-butadiene

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Multicomponent bismuth molybdates were prepared by a co-precipitation method for use in the oxidative dehydrogenation of n-butene to 1,3-butadiene. The effect of divalent and trivalent metals on the catalytic performance of multicomponent bismuth molybdate catalysts was investigated. It was found that the metal ratio of Fe/Bi/Mo = 3:1:12 was favorable for the reaction. The successful formation of NiXCo8−XFe3Bi1Mo12O50 (X = 0–8) catalysts was well confirmed by XRD and ICP-AES measurements. The multicomponent bismuth molybdate catalysts showed a better catalytic performance than the pure γ-Bi2MoO6 catalyst. Among the NiXCo8–XFe3Bi1Mo12O50 (X = 0–8) catalysts, Ni3Co5Fe3Bi1Mo12O50 showed the highest yield of 1,3-butadiene.

Affiliations: 1: School of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Institute of Chemical Processes, Seoul National University, Shinlim-dong, Kwanak-ku, Seoul 151-744, South Korea; 2: SK Corporation, Yuseong-ku, Daejeon 305-712, South Korea


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