ISSN 0005-2531 (Print) ISSN 2522-1841 (Online)
THE KINETICS AND MECHANISM OF THE SELECTIVE OXIDATIVE DEHYDROGENATION REACTİON OF METHYLCYCLOPENTANE
A.M.Aliyev, M.Y.Abbasov, M.G.Aliyeva, G.A.Alizade, R.Yu.Agayeva

The oxidative dehydrogenation of alicyclic diene hydrocarbons refers to scarcely studied heterogeneous catalytic reactions which proceed with the participation of oxygen. The dehydrogenation of methylcyclopentane is an endothermic reaction. To improve the reaction kinetics, this research was to develop a structured catalyst by conductive metals (Cu, Zn, Co, Cr) support which could hold an adherent catalytic layer. The active phase was impregnated onto these support metals and the developed catalyst was tested for the dehydrogenation of methylcyclopentane. The catalyst preparation involved three main key steps which were support oxidative reaction, loading of active particles on the catalyst surface, preparation of an active catalyst layer on the surface finally bringing the catalyst into the active phase. Different types of catalyst activation and deactivation mechanisms stability have been studied in this investigation. The advantage of this works, the oxidative dehydrogenation of methylcyclopentane is that it occurs at the expense of oxygen in the air. The zeolite structure study helped identify the effect of the combination of catalysts, and adsorption of metals on clinoptilolite and dispersion on the selectivity of the catalyst particles. Numerical values of the kinetic parameters were calculated

doi.org/10.32737/0005-2531-2021-3-12-20 

Keywords : kinetics, oxidative dehydrogenation, methylcyclopentadiene-1,3
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