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Liquid phase oxidation of p-vanillyl alcohol over synthetic Co-saponite catalyst

Liquid phase oxidation of p-vanillyl alcohol over synthetic Co-saponite catalyst,10.1016/j.clay.2010.10.026,Applied Clay Science,A. C. Garade,N. S. Bi

Liquid phase oxidation of p-vanillyl alcohol over synthetic Co-saponite catalyst  
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Effect of cobalt loading on porosity of synthetic Co-saponite catalysts and on the air oxidation of p-vanillyl alcohol was studied by varying Co content in the range of 5% to 30% using in situ precipitation method. The pore size increased from 1.29 to 3.69nm indicating a transition from micro to meso porosity, with increase in Co loading from 5% to 30%. The distribution ratio of Co3O4/CoO phases as estimated from TPR studies, also increased from 0.84 to 1.67 with increase in Co loading from 5% to 13% and remained almost constant (1.7) with further increase in Co loading up to 30%. The highest activity (conversion 55%) and selectivity of 99% to p-vanillin obtained for 13% Co-saponite in p-vanillyl alcohol oxidation was due to the highest distribution ratios of Co3O4/CoO phases.
Journal: Applied Clay Science - APPL CLAY SCI , vol. 53, no. 2, pp. 157-163, 2011
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