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Synthesis, characterization, and catalytic application of hierarchical SAPO-34 zeolite with three-dimensionally ordered mesoporous-imprinted structure

Synthesis, characterization, and catalytic application of hierarchical SAPO-34 zeolite with three-dimensionally ordered mesoporous-imprinted structure
Hierarchical SAPO-34 zeolites with three-dimensionally ordered mesoporous-imprinted structure (3DOm-i SAPO-34) were first confined synthesized within three-dimensionally ordered mesoporous carbons by multiple hydrothermal (MHT) treatments. With perfect structure replication, the obtained 3DOm-i SAPO-34 zeolite particles exhibited unique ordered structures consisting of primary spherical elements of sizes determined by mesopore cages of the corresponding carbon templates, and the sizes of mesopores constituted by the adjacent spherical elements can be precisely tuned from 5.5 to 13.0 nm by varying the 3DOm carbon. The as-synthesized hierarchical 3DOm-i SAPO-34 catalysts showed superior catalytic performance in the MTO reaction with prolonged catalytic lifetime and significant improvement of selectivity for light olefins (ethylene and propylene) compared to the conventional microporous SAPO-34.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S1387181117304158

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