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Rhenium Nanochemistry for Catalyst Preparation
AbstractThe review presents synthetic approaches to modern rhenium-based catalysts. Creation of an active center is considered as a process of obtaining a nanoparticle or a molecule, immobilized within a matrix of the substrate. Selective chemical routes to preparation of particles of rhenium alloys, rhenium oxides and the molecules of alkyltrioxorhenium, and their insertion into porous structure of zeolites, ordered mesoporous MCM matrices, anodic mesoporous alumina, and porous transition metal oxides are considered. Structure-property relationships are traced for these catalysts in relation to such processes as alkylation and isomerization, olefin metathesis, selective oxidation of olefins, methanol to formaldehyde conversion, etc.
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Kessler, V.G.; Seisenbaeva, G.A. Rhenium Nanochemistry for Catalyst Preparation. Minerals 2012, 2, 244-257.View more citation formats
Kessler VG, Seisenbaeva GA. Rhenium Nanochemistry for Catalyst Preparation. Minerals. 2012; 2(3):244-257.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kessler, Vadim G.; Seisenbaeva, Gulaim A. 2012. "Rhenium Nanochemistry for Catalyst Preparation." Minerals 2, no. 3: 244-257.
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