Chemical Reaction Engineering

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Brkljaca Z.,Institute for Theoretical Physics | Klimczak M.,Crystallography and Structural Physics | Milicevic Z.,Institute for Theoretical Physics | Weisser M.,Crystallography and Structural Physics | And 7 more authors.
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters | Year: 2015

Understanding the molecular-level behavior of ionic liquids (ILs) at IL-solid interfaces is of fundamental importance with respect to their application in, for example, electrochemical systems and electronic devices. Using a model system, consisting of an imidazolium-based IL ([C2Mim][NTf2]) in contact with a sapphire substrate, we have approached this problem using a complementary combination of high-resolution X-ray reflectivity measurements and atomistic molecular dynamics (MD) simulations. Our strategy enabled us to compare experimental and theoretically calculated reflectivities in a direct manner, thereby critically assessing the applicability of several force-field variants. On the other hand, using the best-matching MD description, we are able to describe the nature of the model IL-solid interface in appreciable detail. More speci fically, we find that characteristic interactions between the surface hydroxyl groups and donor and acceptor sites on the IL constituents have a dominant role in inducing a multidimensional layering profile of the cations and anions. (Graph Presented). © 2015 American Chemical Society.


Berger M.E.M.,Chemical Reaction Engineering | Assenbaum D.,Chemical Reaction Engineering | Taccardi N.,Chemical Reaction Engineering | Spiecker E.,Center for Nanoanalysis and Electronic Microscopy | Wasserscheid P.,Chemical Reaction Engineering
Green Chemistry | Year: 2011

Exploitation of hydrogen as an energy carrier requires the development of systems for its storage and delivery. Formic acid has been proposed as valuable hydrogen carrier compound, due to its relatively high hydrogen content (53 g L-1), the latter being easily and cleanly released in catalytic reactions under mild conditions (HCOOH → H2 + CO2). Ionic liquids are interesting solvents for homogeneous catalyzed formic acid decomposition systems as their extremely low volatility avoids solvent contamination of the produced hydrogen stream. In this paper an outstandingly simple, robust and active catalyst system is presented, namely RuCl3 dissolved in 1-ethyl-2,3-dimethylimidazolium acetate (RuCl3/[EMMIM] [OAc]). This system proved to be fully recyclable over 10 times. Turnover frequencies (TOF) of 150 h-1 and 850 h-1 were obtained at 80 °C and 120 °C, respectively. © 2011 The Royal Society of Chemistry.


Haumann M.,Chemical Reaction Engineering | Jakuttis M.,Lehrstuhl fur Chemische Reaktionstechnik | Franke R.,EvonikOxeno GmbH | Schonweiz A.,Lehrstuhl fur Chemische Reaktionstechnik | Wasserscheid P.,Lehrstuhl fur Chemische Reaktionstechnik
ChemCatChem | Year: 2011

The concept of supported ionic liquid phase (SILP) catalysis has been established in recent years by our group and others. Its application in continuous catalytic gas-phase processes provides a very attractive way to bridge the gap between homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis. In this contribution, we extend SILP hydroformylation catalysis to reactions with a highly diluted, technical C4 feed containing 1.5% 1-butene, 28.5% 2-butenes, and 70% of inert n-butane. To obtain the desired product, n-pentanal, the Rh-biphephos catalyst system was immobilized in the SILP system to allow for consecutive isomerization/hydroformylation activity. The resulting SILP catalyst material converted up to 81% of the reactive butenes, with a residence time of 155s in the reactor. An n-pentanal selectivity greater than 92% was realized for more than 500h time-on-stream in the continuous gas-phase reaction. Post-reaction NMR studies revealed no significant loss of the phosphite ligand through ligand oxidation during the reaction. © 2011 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.


Meyer C.,Friedrich - Alexander - University, Erlangen - Nuremberg | Hager V.,Friedrich - Alexander - University, Erlangen - Nuremberg | Geburtig D.,Friedrich - Alexander - University, Erlangen - Nuremberg | Kohr C.,Friedrich - Alexander - University, Erlangen - Nuremberg | And 2 more authors.
DGMK International Conference on Catalysis - Innovative Applications in Petrochemistry and Refining | Year: 2011

Highly acidic ionic liquid (IL) catalysts offer the opportunity to convert n-alkanes at very low reaction temperatures. The results of IL catalyzed isomerization and cracking reactions of pure n-octane are presented. Influence of IL composition, [C 4C 1Im]Cl / AlCl 3 / H 2SO 4 and [C 4C 1Im]Cl / AlCl 3 / 1-chlorooctane, on catalyst activity and selectivities to branched alkanes was investigated. Acidic chloroaluminate IL catalysts form liquid-liquid biphasic systems with unpolar organic product mixtures. Thus, recycling of the acidic IL is enabled by simple phase separation in the liquid-liquid biphasic reaction mode or the IL can be immobilized on an inorganic support with a large specific surface area. These supported ionic liquid phase (SILP) catalysts offer the advantage to get a macroscopically heterogeneous system while still preserving all benefits of the homogeneous catalyst which can be used for the slurry-phase n-alkane isomerization. The interaction of the solid support and acidic IL influences strongly the catalytic activity.

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