News Article | May 17, 2017
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Xiao J.,CAS Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics |
Pan X.,CAS Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics |
Guo S.,CAS Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics |
Guo S.,Shaanxi Yanchang Petroleum Group Co. |
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Journal of the American Chemical Society | Year: 2015
An increasing number of experimental studies have demonstrated that metal or metal oxide nanoparticles confined inside carbon nanotubes (CNTs) exhibit different catalytic activities with respect to the same metals deposited on the CNT exterior walls, with some reactions enhanced and others hindered. In this article, we describe the concept of confinement energy, which enables prediction of confinement effects on catalytic activities in different reactions. Combining density functional theory calculations and experiments by taking typical transition metals such as Fe, FeCo, RhMn, and Ru as models, we observed stronger strains and deformations within the CNT channels due to different electronic structures and spatial confinement. This leads to downshifted d-band states, and consequently the adsorption of molecules such as CO, N2, and O2 is weakened. Thus, the confined space of CNTs provides essentially a unique microenvironment due to the electronic effects, which shifts the volcano curve of the catalytic activities toward the metals with higher binding energies. The extent of the shift depends on the specific metals and the CNT diameters. This concept generalizes the diverse effects observed in experiments for different reactions, and it is anticipated to be applicable to an even broader range of reactions other than redox of metal species, CO hydrogenation, ammonia synthesis and decomposition discussed here. © 2014 American Chemical Society.
Li J.,Shaanxi Yanchang Petroleum Group Co.
Xiandai Huagong/Modern Chemical Industry | Year: 2016
There is a serious abnormal phenomena (weak reaction) in 200 kt/a polypropylene unit of Yan'an petrochemical plant. The influencing factors, including catalyst, hydrogen source, propylene tail gas recovery system, deactivation system, propylene feedstock, and so on, are analyzed. It is confirmed that relatively higher content of water and CO in propylene feedstock is attributed to the weak reaction phenomena. By strengthening the regeneration of molecular sieve and adjusting the operation of dethanizing column and stripping column, the contents of water and CO in propylene feedstock all can reach the requirements of index. The polymerization reaction is gradually improved and the device is returned to normal conditions. © 2016, China National Chemical Information Center. All right reserved.
Wang X.,Shaanxi Yanchang Petroleum Group Co.
Energy Exploration and Exploitation | Year: 2015
Southern Ordos Basin contains plentiful oil and gas shale resources in the Mesozoic and Upper Paleozoic. It is known that the surface in this region is covered by thick loess layers with severe variations in tomography, thickness and velocity. The adverse surface conditions result in complex statics problems and heavy scattering noise and also cause serious absorption of high-frequency energy. Conventional seismic surveys obtain poor quality seismic data, which could hardly be used to obtain information about gas shale reservoirs. In order to study strong heterogeneous gas shale reservoirs and improve the success rate of horizontal wells, a new 3D seismic survey was acquired in the typical loess plateau area by using the WesternGeco UniQ integrated point-receiver land seismic system. The new survey is designed as full-azimuth, high-density, point-source/point-receiver in order to fully sample the seismic wavefield and avoid the irreversible signal damage caused by conventional field array techniques. By taking advantage of the benefits of UniQ seismic data, targeted data processing sequence is given to resolve the specific complicated statics and noise attenuation problems. Compared with the previously acquired 2D crooked line high-resolution seismic data in the gullies, the result of UniQ seismic data exhibits significant improvement both in the single-to-noise ratio (SNR) and the image quality of target layers. This indicates that the UniQ seismic data will be more feasible to facilitate gas shale characterization.