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Título : Application of Mössbauer Spectroscopy to the Carbon Oxides Hydrogenation Reactions
Autor : Goldwasser, Mireya
Cubeiro, M. L.
Perez Z., M. J.
García, Luis
Gonzalez, F.
Pietri, E.
Palabras clave : Fischer–Tropsch synthesis
carbon dioxide hydrogenation
iron carbides
C2–C4 hydro- carbons
Fecha de publicación : 2001
Resumen : Iron-based catalysts have favorable activityand selectivityproperties for the CO andCO2 hydrogenation reactions. Several Fe phases (oxides and carbides) can be present in these catalysts. The interaction of Fe with the other components of the catalyst (support, promoters) can affect the ease of reduction and also its transformation during the reactions. In this work, the relationship betweencatalyticbehaviorintheCOandCO2 hydrogenation reactionsandtheFephasecomposition of fresh and reacted catalysts was studied. Two types of catalysts were tested: a laterite and the other one made of iron supported on alumina, both unpromoted and promoted with K and Mn. Only those Fe species which can be reduced-carburized, by means of a pretreatment or by an in situ transformation under the reaction, seem to be able to perform the CO or CO2 hydrogenation. The reoxidation of the Fe carbide to magnetite was not associated to deactivation. The selectivity seems to be more affected by Fe species difficult to reduce than by magnetite produced by reoxidation.
URI : http://saber.ucv.ve/jspui/handle/123456789/12795
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