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Рartial oxidation of n-butanol involving low-temperature singlet oxygen on vanadium and molybdenum oxides
Chemical sciences

Authors: Marina V. VISHNETSKAYA graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University. She is Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Industrial Ecology of Gubkin State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University). She is author of 117 publications in the field of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, fundamental problems of chemical engineering, chemical dynamics, reactivity and chemical kinetics. E-mail: mvvishnetskaya@mail.ru
Olga V. MATROSOVA graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2010. She is assistant lecturer of the Department of Industrial Ecology at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University). She is expert in the field of environmental protection. She is author of three publications on heterogeneous catalysis. E-mail: mov.86@mail.ru

Abstract: Surface emission of the low-temperature singlet oxygen (1ΔgO2) from the solid solutions of transition metal oxides with the хV2O5×уMoO3 composition was detected and explored. Thereby it was shown that the temperature interval in which low-temperature emission of the singlet oxygen was obsereved, and its amount depend on the composition of solid solutions. The ability to regenerate emission centers of 1ΔgO2 after re-adsorption of molecular oxygen by the catalyst surface was discovered. The relation between the ability of хV2O5×MoO3 to generate 1ΔgO2 and the catalytic activity of this system in the partial oxidation of n-butanol with molecular oxygen was determined and the probable routes of this process were described. It was suggested that the emission 1ΔgO2 is connected with thermal decomposition of peroxide groups.

Index UDK: 541.128

Keywords: singlet oxygen, emission of singlet oxygen, vanadium-molybdenum catalysts, partial oxidation of n-butanol, peroxide groups

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