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Facile Method for the Preparation of Covalent Triazine Framework coated Monoliths as Catalyst Support: Applications in C1 Catalysis

Facile Method for the Preparation of Covalent Triazine Framework coated Monoliths as Catalyst Support: Applications in C1 Catalysis
Alma I. Olivos-Suarez, Michiel Makkee, Robert Franz, Dmitrii Osadchii, Rahul Valecha, Freek Kapteijn, Jorge Gascon, Anastasiya V. Bavykina
A quasi chemical vapor deposition method for the manufacture of well-defined covalent triazine framework (CTF) coatings on cordierite monoliths is reported. The resulting supported porous organic polymer is an excellent support for the immobilization of two different homogeneous catalysts: (1) an IrIIICp*-based catalyst for the hydrogen production from formic acid and (2) a PtII-based catalyst for the direct activation of methane via Periana chemistry. The immobilized catalysts display a much higher activity in comparison with the unsupported CTF operated in slurry because of improved mass transport. Our results demonstrate that CTF-based catalysts can be further optimized by engineering at different length scales.

Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acsami.7b07339

DOI: 10.1021/acsami.7b07339

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