Change in the decomposition mode of 1-propanamine due to the presence of cations in MFI zeolite View Full Text


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DATE

1994-09

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V. Kanazirev, G. L. Price, K. M. Dooley

ABSTRACT

The adsorption and thermal analysis of 1-propanamine has been compared over MFI zeolites which contain H, Ga, and In cations. In the case of H+-containing materials, NH3 and propene are simultaneously desorbed above 600 K. This behavior, is well known and characteristic of the Hofmann elimination reaction. However, a distinctly different mode of reaction is observed in the case of Ga and In containing materials. NH3 is released below 600 K, propene and other products are released above 600 K, and a stable residue remains above 800 K. It is suggested that such behavior results from Lewis acid interactions of Ga or In cations with propanamine. More... »

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227-233

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00811795

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