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Probable Mechanism for Alkane Oxidation With H2O2 Over Vs-2

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Metallosilicate zeolites containing Ti and V, TS-2 and VS-2, have been synthesized using tetrabutylammonium cation as the template. Although both Ti and V exist in zeolite framework in a highly dispersed state, V easily leaches by K2CO3 or H2O2 treatments in contrast to Ti. Spin trapping experiments and relative reactivity of linear/cyclic alkanes indicate that the oxidation of alkanes over TS-2 and VS-2 proceed by different mechanisms; it is conceivable that the oxidation occurs by way of the attack of .OH species produced from the V species in the zeolite framework with H2O2.

Affiliations: 1: Engineering Research Institute, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Yayoi, Tokyo 113, Japan

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2017-12-12

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