Nonequilibrium Catalyst Materials Stabilized by the Aerogel Effect : Solvent Free and Continuous Synthesis of Gamma-Alumina with Hierarchical Porosity

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ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. 2017, 9(13), pp. 11599-11608. ISSN 1944-8244. eISSN 1944-8252. Available under: doi: 10.1021/acsami.6b16721
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Heterogeneous catalysis can be understood as a phenomenon which strongly relies on the occurrence of thermodynamically less favorable surface motifs like defects or high-energy planes. Because it is very difficult to control such parameters, an interesting approach is to explore metastable polymorphs of the respective solids. The latter is not an easy task as well because the emergence of polymorphs is dictated by kinetic control and materials with high surface area are required. Further, an inherent problem is that high temperatures required for many catalytic reactions can also induce the transformation to the thermodynamically stable modification. Alumina (Al2O3) was selected for the current study as it exists not only in the stable α-form but also as the metastable γ-polymorph. Kinetic control was realized by combining an aerosol-based synthesis approach and a highly reactive, volatile precursor (AlMe3). Monolithic flakes of Al2O3 with a highly porous, hierarchical structure (micro-, meso-, and macropores connected to each other) resemble so-called aerogels, which are normally known only from wet sol-gel routes. Monolothic aerogel flakes can be separated from the gas phase without supercritical drying, which in principle allows for a continuous preparation of the materials. Process parameters can be adjusted so the material is composed exclusively of the desired γ-modification. The γ-Al2O3 aerogels were much more stable than they should be, and even after extended (80 h) high-temperature (1200 °C) treatment only an insignificant part has converted to the thermodynamically stable α-phase. The latter phenomenon was assigned to the extraordinary thermal insulation properties of aerogels. Finally, the material was tested concerning the catalytic dehydration of 1-hexanol. Comparison to other Al2O3 materials with the same surface area demonstrates that the γ-Al2O3 are superior in activity and selectivity regarding the formation of the desired product 1-hexene.

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ISO 690HAGEDORN, Kay, Ulrich BAHNMÜLLER, Andreas SCHACHTSCHNEIDER, Maren FREI, Wenyu LI, Jörn SCHMEDT AUF DER GÜNNE, Sebastian POLARZ, 2017. Nonequilibrium Catalyst Materials Stabilized by the Aerogel Effect : Solvent Free and Continuous Synthesis of Gamma-Alumina with Hierarchical Porosity. In: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. 2017, 9(13), pp. 11599-11608. ISSN 1944-8244. eISSN 1944-8252. Available under: doi: 10.1021/acsami.6b16721
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@article{Hagedorn2017-04-05Noneq-39010,
  year={2017},
  doi={10.1021/acsami.6b16721},
  title={Nonequilibrium Catalyst Materials Stabilized by the Aerogel Effect : Solvent Free and Continuous Synthesis of Gamma-Alumina with Hierarchical Porosity},
  number={13},
  volume={9},
  issn={1944-8244},
  journal={ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces},
  pages={11599--11608},
  author={Hagedorn, Kay and Bahnmüller, Ulrich and Schachtschneider, Andreas and Frei, Maren and Li, Wenyu and Schmedt auf der Günne, Jörn and Polarz, Sebastian}
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