Polymer-modified copper catalysts on carbon-containing support for reactions of H2O2 decomposition and cyclohexane oxidation
Polymer-copper catalysts supported on a carbon-containing sorbent(CS), obtained by rice husk pyrolysis have been studied in the reactions of hydrogen peroxide decomposition and cyclohexane oxidation by hydrogen peroxide at 40°C and atmospheric pressure. The effect of the polymer nature on the activity of the developed catalysts have been shown. Polyhexamethyleneguanidine (PHMG) was an optimal modifier for the developed catalysts. The calculated number of catalytic cycles (TON) for 7% Cu-PGMG/CS was 450.
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