Solvent-free Hydrodeoxygenation of γ-Nonalactone on Noble Metal Catalysts Supported on Zirconia

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Solvent-free Hydrodeoxygenation of γ-Nonalactone on Noble Metal Catalysts Supported on Zirconia. / González Escobedo, José Luis; Mäkelä, Eveliina; Braunschweiler, Aki; Lehtonen, Juha; Lindblad, Marina; Puurunen, Riikka L.; Karinen, Reetta.

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@article{b1a18e21217748148ba8ef3384018133,
title = "Solvent-free Hydrodeoxygenation of γ-Nonalactone on Noble Metal Catalysts Supported on Zirconia",
abstract = "The possibility to valorize levulinic acid (LA) dimers to lignocellulose-based biofuels via hydrodeoxygenation (HDO) was assessed using γ-nonalactone (GNL) as a model compound. Catalytic HDO experiments were performed in a batch reactor at 280 °C and at an average pressure of 57.5 bar H 2 . Noble metal (Ru, Rh, Pd, and Pt) catalysts supported on ZrO 2 . All the catalysts were active in removing oxygen from the reactant. However, the most selective catalyst for hydrocarbons (24{\%}) was ruthenium. Unlike the other tested catalysts, Ru also provided branched hydrocarbons. In view of Ru’s comparatively high selectivity to hydrocarbons, it was tested at various reaction temperatures (220–280 °C) for 300 min. The experiments at lower temperatures resulted in less hydrocarbons and more intermediate products, such as alcohols. In total, nearly 70 products were identified, and some of the reactions that likely occurred in the HDO experiments were discussed. The production of hydrocarbons from GNL highlights the potential of LA dimers as a route to lignocellulose-based biofuels.",
keywords = "Fuel, Hydrocarbon, Hydrodeoxygenation, Levulinic acid dimer, Noble metal, γ-Nonalactone",
author = "{Gonz{\'a}lez Escobedo}, {Jos{\'e} Luis} and Eveliina M{\"a}kel{\"a} and Aki Braunschweiler and Juha Lehtonen and Marina Lindblad and Puurunen, {Riikka L.} and Reetta Karinen",
year = "2019",
month = "1",
day = "1",
doi = "10.1007/s11244-019-01161-6",
language = "English",
journal = "Topics in Catalysis",
issn = "1022-5528",

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T1 - Solvent-free Hydrodeoxygenation of γ-Nonalactone on Noble Metal Catalysts Supported on Zirconia

AU - González Escobedo, José Luis

AU - Mäkelä, Eveliina

AU - Braunschweiler, Aki

AU - Lehtonen, Juha

AU - Lindblad, Marina

AU - Puurunen, Riikka L.

AU - Karinen, Reetta

PY - 2019/1/1

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N2 - The possibility to valorize levulinic acid (LA) dimers to lignocellulose-based biofuels via hydrodeoxygenation (HDO) was assessed using γ-nonalactone (GNL) as a model compound. Catalytic HDO experiments were performed in a batch reactor at 280 °C and at an average pressure of 57.5 bar H 2 . Noble metal (Ru, Rh, Pd, and Pt) catalysts supported on ZrO 2 . All the catalysts were active in removing oxygen from the reactant. However, the most selective catalyst for hydrocarbons (24%) was ruthenium. Unlike the other tested catalysts, Ru also provided branched hydrocarbons. In view of Ru’s comparatively high selectivity to hydrocarbons, it was tested at various reaction temperatures (220–280 °C) for 300 min. The experiments at lower temperatures resulted in less hydrocarbons and more intermediate products, such as alcohols. In total, nearly 70 products were identified, and some of the reactions that likely occurred in the HDO experiments were discussed. The production of hydrocarbons from GNL highlights the potential of LA dimers as a route to lignocellulose-based biofuels.

AB - The possibility to valorize levulinic acid (LA) dimers to lignocellulose-based biofuels via hydrodeoxygenation (HDO) was assessed using γ-nonalactone (GNL) as a model compound. Catalytic HDO experiments were performed in a batch reactor at 280 °C and at an average pressure of 57.5 bar H 2 . Noble metal (Ru, Rh, Pd, and Pt) catalysts supported on ZrO 2 . All the catalysts were active in removing oxygen from the reactant. However, the most selective catalyst for hydrocarbons (24%) was ruthenium. Unlike the other tested catalysts, Ru also provided branched hydrocarbons. In view of Ru’s comparatively high selectivity to hydrocarbons, it was tested at various reaction temperatures (220–280 °C) for 300 min. The experiments at lower temperatures resulted in less hydrocarbons and more intermediate products, such as alcohols. In total, nearly 70 products were identified, and some of the reactions that likely occurred in the HDO experiments were discussed. The production of hydrocarbons from GNL highlights the potential of LA dimers as a route to lignocellulose-based biofuels.

KW - Fuel

KW - Hydrocarbon

KW - Hydrodeoxygenation

KW - Levulinic acid dimer

KW - Noble metal

KW - γ-Nonalactone

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