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000060986 100__ $$aSolsona, B.
000060986 245__ $$aTotal oxidation of propane using CeO2 and CuO-CeO2 catalysts prepared using templates of different nature
000060986 260__ $$c2017
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000060986 5203_ $$aSeveral CeO2 and CuO-CeO2 catalysts were prepared using different methods, i.e., a homogeneous precipitation with urea, a nanocasting route using CMK-3 carbon as a hard template and a sol–gel process using Poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) polymer as a soft template, and tested in the total oxidation of propane. The catalysts were characterized by a number of physicochemical techniques (XRD, N2 adsorption, TPR, XPS, Raman spectroscopy) showing distinct characteristics. For each series, Cu-Ce-O catalysts with low Cu-loadings (5 wt % CuO) showed the highest activity, higher than those samples either without copper or with high Cu-loading (13 wt % CuO). The incorporation of copper leads to an increase of the concentration of bulk defects but if the Cu-loading is too high the surface area drastically falls. The highest activity in the total oxidation of propane was achieved by Cu-containing ceria catalysts synthesized using a polymer as a template, as this method yields high surface area materials. The surface area and the number of bulk/sub-surface defects of the ceria seem to be the main properties determining the catalytic activity.
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000060986 593__ $$aCatalysis$$c2017$$dQ2
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000060986 700__ $$aSanchis, R.
000060986 700__ $$aDejoz, A. M.
000060986 700__ $$0(orcid)0000-0002-0023-8137$$aGarcía, T.
000060986 700__ $$aRuiz-Rodríguez, L.
000060986 700__ $$aLópez Nieto, J. M.
000060986 700__ $$aCecilia, J. A.
000060986 700__ $$aRodríguez-Castellón, E.
000060986 773__ $$g7, 4 (2017), 96 [14 pp.]$$pCatalysts$$tCatalysts$$x2073-4344
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