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By D.D. Eley, Herman Pines, Paul B. Weisz (Eds.)

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HOZ", resulting in an electron-deficient metal atom; (3) the presence of small (< 10 A), electron-deficient metal clusters inside the zeolite cages (104). (1) Figueras et ul. (105) found some direct evidence for electron-deficient palladium clusters on various cation-exchanged forms of zeolite Y from C O adsorption experiments. In particular, a correlation was observed between the turnover number for benzene hydrogenation and the CO stretching frequency. The shift toward higher frequency with increasing support acidity was considered as evidence for increased electron acceptor properties of the support.

E. 20. Rate of propylene hydroformylation with CoNaCaA catalyst as a function of run time. (Reproduced from Ref. ) for the liquid-phase hydroformylation of C, and higher olefins. Centola et al. %. Propylene hydroformylation was carried out in a continuous-flow reactor. The reaction was carried out in the gas phase in the pressure range 100-400 atm, and care was taken to avoid propylene condensation. The catalysts were simply pretreated by heating under vacuum at 45OoC,after which the feed (propylene/CO/H,) was introduced.

More recently, zeolites have also attracted quite some attention as a support material for carbonylation catalysis, as is discussed later. Scurrell (201) recently briefly reviewed the literature on heterogenized homogeneous rhodium catalysts for methanol carbonylation up to 1976. 1. Rhodium Zeolites a. Zeolite X . , RhNaX) and to show that this material was highly active, stable, and selective for methanol carbonylation. 5. At atmospheric pressure and 250% methyl acetate was obtained with a 87-90% selectivity (dimethyl ether was the sole by-product) at a methanol conversion level of about 79%.

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