Isotopic-Kinetic Study of Reactivity of Surface Oxygen Species on Oxide Catalysts in Partial and Deep Hydrocarbon Oxidation
III International Scientific School-Conference for Young Scientists "Catalysis: from Science to Industry"
26-29 Oct 2014
|| Sadovskaya Ekaterina Mikhajlovna
Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS
Novosibirsk State University
In recent years there is appreciable progress in the solving of question on the reaction mechanism, generally due to development of isotopic-kinetic methods, particularly SSITKA technique (Steady-State Isotopic Transient Kinetic Analysis). This technique allows to reveal the main pathways of transformation of labeled reagents into reaction products directly under steady state reaction conditions [1,2]. In the lecture various methodological aspects of isotopic-kinetic experiments with SSITKA technique as well as mathematical modeling will be discussed. The results of investigation of partial oxidation over widely used vanadia-titania catalysts (VOX)n/TiO2  as well as over novel multicomponent oxide catalysts Mo-V-Te-Nb  will be presented.