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Methanol / Dimethyl Ether Catalytic Transformation Over Zn-modified H-ZSN-5 Zeolite  [2020]

Dziuba, M.; Navrotskaya, I.; Brovko, R.; Doluda, V.;

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The universally depleting reserves of traditional hydrocarbons require the development of a technology for producing synthetic hydrocarbons from renewable sources or human waste. Currently, among the possible methods for producing synthetic hydrocarbons, it is necessary to note the Fischer–Tropsch method and the method of methanol / dimethyl ether catalytic transformation. Moreover, the production of synthetic hydrocarbons from synthesis gas — the Fischer–Tropsch method, is suitable for the production of linear hydrocarbons. The hydrocarbons synthesis using methanol / dimethyl ether is suitable for the production of olefins, branched paraffins, aromatic and polyaromatic hydrocarbons. Depending on the synthesis conditions, it is possible to preferentially obtain a certain type of hydrocarbon, which significantly increases the value of this process. In this article modification of zeolite type H-ZSM-5 with zinc is studied in order to increase the yield of liquid hydrocarbons. Zeolite in acid form was treated with zinс acetate solutions of different concentrations, followed by calcination of the samples. The efficiency of the catalysts was studied in a flow tube reactor set-up, and the surface acidity of the samples was also determined. An increase in the zinc content in zeolite contributed to a decrease in the acidity of the samples and modification of their active centers. However, at high zinc content, a separate oxide phase forms, which contributes to a s
light increase in acidity. Modification of zeolite with zinc leads to a decrease in the rate of transformation of dimethyl ether and the rate of liquid hydrocarbons formation. However, a general decrease in acidity and modification of zeolite with zinc contributes to a significant decrease in the amount of heavy aromatic compounds formed, with an increase in the amount of gaseous and liquid hydrocarbons being formed.
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Bibliographic information

Language:
Russian
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
2020
Volume:
6
Issue:
5
Extent:
21-28
Publisher:
Publishing Center Science and Practice
All titles:
"Methanol / Dimethyl Ether Catalytic Transformation Over Zn-modified H-ZSN-5 Zeolite"@eng
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Bibliographic information

Language:
Russian
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
2020
Volume:
6
Issue:
5
Extent:
21-28
Publisher:
Publishing Center Science and Practice
All titles:
"Methanol / Dimethyl Ether Catalytic Transformation Over Zn-modified H-ZSN-5 Zeolite"@eng