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Synthesis of isoalkanes over a core (Fe–Zn–Zr)–shell (zeolite) catalyst by CO₂ hydrogenation
- Wang, Xiaoxing, Yang, Guohui, Zhang, Junfeng, Chen, Shuyao, Wu, Yingquan, Zhang, Qingde, Wang, Junwei, Han, Yizhuo, Tan, Yisheng
- Chemical communications 2016 v.52 no.46 pp. 7352-7355
- carbon dioxide, catalysts, cladding, hydrogenation, zeolites
- A kind of core–shell catalyst with Fe–Zn–Zr as the core and a zeolite (HZSM-5, Hbeta, and HY) as the shell was synthesized by a simple cladding method. The catalyst has an obvious confinement effect on the synthesis of isoalkanes by CO₂ hydrogenation. Especially, the Fe–Zn–Zr@HZSM-5–Hbeta catalyst with a double-zeolite shell exhibits an extraordinary high i-HC/t-HC ratio.