Nanocatalysts from Ionic Liquid Precursors for the Direct Conversion of CO2 to Hydrocarbons

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Abstract

The direct conversion of carbon dioxide (CO2) into gasoline range hydrocarbons (C5-C11) is a highly desirable process as a sustainable production route. This process is achieved by a multifunctional iron-based catalyst supported on zeolites providing three types of active sites (Fe3O4, Fe5C2 and acid sites), which cooperatively catalyse a tandem reaction1. Here, we propose a new ionic liquid-assisted route for the synthesis of the Iron Oxide Nanoparticles (IONs) resulting in improved control over size and morphology of the nanostructured material, and as a consequence, better conversion and selectivity towards the olefins.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 18 Aug 2019
Event14th EUROPACAT European Congress on Catalysis - AACHEN, AACHEN, Germany
Duration: 18 Aug 201923 Aug 2019
http://europacat2019.eu

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Conference14th EUROPACAT European Congress on Catalysis
Abbreviated titleEUROPACAT
CountryGermany
CityAACHEN
Period18/08/201923/08/2019
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Zeolites
Ionic Liquids
Alkenes
Hydrocarbons
Catalyst supports
Nanostructured materials
Carbon Dioxide
Gasoline
Iron
Nanoparticles
Acids
ferric oxide

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short Oral communication

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Artioli, N., Nockemann, P., & Jeffrey, C. (2019). Nanocatalysts from Ionic Liquid Precursors for the Direct Conversion of CO2 to Hydrocarbons. Abstract from 14th EUROPACAT European Congress on Catalysis, AACHEN, Germany.
Artioli, Nancy ; Nockemann, Peter ; Jeffrey, Callum. / Nanocatalysts from Ionic Liquid Precursors for the Direct Conversion of CO2 to Hydrocarbons. Abstract from 14th EUROPACAT European Congress on Catalysis, AACHEN, Germany.
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Artioli, N, Nockemann, P & Jeffrey, C 2019, 'Nanocatalysts from Ionic Liquid Precursors for the Direct Conversion of CO2 to Hydrocarbons', 14th EUROPACAT European Congress on Catalysis, AACHEN, Germany, 18/08/2019 - 23/08/2019.

Nanocatalysts from Ionic Liquid Precursors for the Direct Conversion of CO2 to Hydrocarbons. / Artioli, Nancy; Nockemann, Peter; Jeffrey, Callum.

2019. Abstract from 14th EUROPACAT European Congress on Catalysis, AACHEN, Germany.

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Artioli N, Nockemann P, Jeffrey C. Nanocatalysts from Ionic Liquid Precursors for the Direct Conversion of CO2 to Hydrocarbons. 2019. Abstract from 14th EUROPACAT European Congress on Catalysis, AACHEN, Germany.