574 Catalysis with Microporous and Mesoporous Materials I: Lewis Acid Zeolites and Biomass Conversion

Wednesday, November 16, 2016: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Imperial B (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
This session focuses on catalysis over a wide array of porous materials. Papers on the synthesis and structural and mechanistic characterization of inorganic/organic molecular sieve materials useful as catalysts for petrochemical synthesis and environmental remediation are invited.

Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division
Biorefinery Technologies for Forest Based Lignocellulosic Biomass (T4A)

Rachel Getman
Email: rgetman@g.clemson.edu

Dongxia Liu
Email: liud@umd.edu

3:35 PM

3:55 PM
(574c) Quantifying Lewis Acid Sites in Zeolites That Catalyze Glucose Isomerization
James W. Harris, Michael J. Cordon, Juan C. Vega-Vila, Fabio H. Ribeiro and Rajamani Gounder

4:15 PM
(574d) Designing Cooperative Interactions to Tune Catalytic Activity and Selectivity for Biomass Conversion
Nicholas Brunelli, Nitish Deshpande, Aamena Parulkar, Frédéric Perras and Marek Pruski

4:35 PM

4:55 PM
(574f) Comparative Studies of Grafted Fe(III) and Ti(IV) Active Sites on Silaceous Supports:  Crystalline Delaminated Zeolite Vs. Amorphous Silica
Nicolás A. Grosso Giordano, Alexander Yeh, Andrew Solovyov, Alexander Okrut, Stacey I. Zones and Alexander Katz
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