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Revealing the mechanism of high water resistant and excellent active of CuMn oxide catalyst derived from Bimetal-Organic framework for acetone catalytic oxidation

Author:
Lei Wang, Yonggang Sun, Yinbo Zhu, Juan Zhang, Jie Ding, Jingdan Gao, Wenxin Ji, YuanYuan Li, Liqiong Wang, Yulong Ma
Source:
Journal of colloid and interface science 2022 v.622 pp. 577-590
ISSN:
0021-9797
Subject:
Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, acetaldehyde, acetates, acetone, active oxygen species, carbon dioxide, catalysts, catalytic activity, dissociation, formates, humidity, oxidation, water vapor
Abstract:
Environmental H₂O is an influential factor in the low-temperature catalytic oxidation of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and it significantly impacts the reaction process and mechanism. Here, a series of rod-like Cu-Mn oxides were synthesised by pyrolysing Cu/Mn-BTC for acetone oxidation. The results confirm that the formation of multiphase interfaces have more excellent catalytic performance compared to single-phase catalysis. This phenomenon can be attributed to the formation of multiphase interfaces, which resulted in the synthesized catalysts with more active oxygen species and defective sites. The CuMn₂Oₓ catalyst exhibited superior catalytic performance (T₉₀ = 150 °C), high water resistance and long-term stability. Furthermore, in situ diffuse reflectance infrared Fourier transform spectroscopy and thermal desorption-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry results indicated that the degradation pathway of acetone was as follows: acetone ((CH₃)₂CO*) → enolate complexes ((CH₂) = C(CH₃) O*) → acetaldehyde ((CH₃CHO*) → acetate (CH₃COO*) → formate (HCOO*) → CO₂ and H₂O. At a low-temperature, water vapour dissociated a large number of activated hydroxyl groups on the multiphase interface, which promoted the dissociation of enolate complexes and acetaldehyde species. This composite oxide is a promising catalyst for removing oxygenated VOCs at high humidity.
Agid:
7759361