Recognizing zeolite topologies for Cu2+ localizations with effective activities for selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxide. Jiang, M., Liu, X., Zhang, C., Zhou, X., Zhang, J., Liu, Q., Xu, Y., & Qian, G. Chemosphere, 331:138746, August, 2023.
Recognizing zeolite topologies for Cu2+ localizations with effective activities for selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxide [link]Paper  doi  abstract   bibtex   
Cu-loaded zeolites are widely investigated in selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxide, but effects of zeolite topologies on formed active species and the changing tendency remain unexplored. In this work, catalytic turnover frequencies (TOF) of Cu loaded ZSM-5, Beta, MOR, and SSZ-13 were first determined. The topology-localized Cu species in these zeolites were analyzed by temperature-programmed reduction of H2. Then Multiple Linear Regression distinguished TOF contributions (kj, s−1·mol−1) of the Cu species. Density functional theory calculated NH3 dehydrogenation energy of the Cu species. As a result, topologies with more node atoms showed bigger kj and lower dehydrogenation energies simultaneously. The best topology in each zeolite was 10-membered ring (ZSM-5), 6-membered ring facing a 12-membered ring (Beta), 8-membered ring (MOR), and cha cage (SSZ-13). Moreover, cha cage-localized Cu2+ exhibited the largest kj and the lowest dehydrogenation energy among all the Cu species. This work reveals topology-catalysis relationships in the zeolite, which benefits zeolite design for enhanced catalytic performances.
@article{jiang_recognizing_2023,
	title = {Recognizing zeolite topologies for {Cu2}+ localizations with effective activities for selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxide},
	volume = {331},
	issn = {0045-6535},
	url = {https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0045653523010135},
	doi = {10.1016/j.chemosphere.2023.138746},
	abstract = {Cu-loaded zeolites are widely investigated in selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxide, but effects of zeolite topologies on formed active species and the changing tendency remain unexplored. In this work, catalytic turnover frequencies (TOF) of Cu loaded ZSM-5, Beta, MOR, and SSZ-13 were first determined. The topology-localized Cu species in these zeolites were analyzed by temperature-programmed reduction of H2. Then Multiple Linear Regression distinguished TOF contributions (kj, s−1·mol−1) of the Cu species. Density functional theory calculated NH3 dehydrogenation energy of the Cu species. As a result, topologies with more node atoms showed bigger kj and lower dehydrogenation energies simultaneously. The best topology in each zeolite was 10-membered ring (ZSM-5), 6-membered ring facing a 12-membered ring (Beta), 8-membered ring (MOR), and cha cage (SSZ-13). Moreover, cha cage-localized Cu2+ exhibited the largest kj and the lowest dehydrogenation energy among all the Cu species. This work reveals topology-catalysis relationships in the zeolite, which benefits zeolite design for enhanced catalytic performances.},
	language = {en},
	urldate = {2023-05-06},
	journal = {Chemosphere},
	author = {Jiang, Meijia and Liu, Xinyu and Zhang, Chenchen and Zhou, Xueqing and Zhang, Jia and Liu, Qiang and Xu, Yunfeng and Qian, Guangren},
	month = aug,
	year = {2023},
	keywords = {Cu species, dehydrogenation energy, mentions sympy, zeolite topology},
	pages = {138746},
}

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