Titanium silicate ETS-10 was found to be a suitable metal catalyst support, having high surface area, high ion exchange capacity and no acidic functions. In this work, ETS-10 was used as a support in preparing ruthenium supported catalyst for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. Ru/METS-10 catalytic systems (M standing for Na or K) showed some important characteristics, as good metal dispersion and shape selectivity. Moreover, no side reactions due to acidic functions were evidenced; indeed readsorption of olefins on active metal centers was found to control the activity of the catalysts.

Fischer-Tropsch synthesis on ruthenium supported ETS-10 titanium silicate catalysts / R. Carli, C.L. Bianchi, V. Ragaini. - In: CATALYSIS LETTERS. - ISSN 1011-372X. - 33:1-2(1995), pp. 49-55.

Fischer-Tropsch synthesis on ruthenium supported ETS-10 titanium silicate catalysts

C.L. Bianchi
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1995

Abstract

Titanium silicate ETS-10 was found to be a suitable metal catalyst support, having high surface area, high ion exchange capacity and no acidic functions. In this work, ETS-10 was used as a support in preparing ruthenium supported catalyst for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. Ru/METS-10 catalytic systems (M standing for Na or K) showed some important characteristics, as good metal dispersion and shape selectivity. Moreover, no side reactions due to acidic functions were evidenced; indeed readsorption of olefins on active metal centers was found to control the activity of the catalysts.
Fischer-Tropsch synthesis; olefins readsorption; ruthenium supported catalysts; titanium silicate molecular sieves
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