Direct hydrothermal synthesis of palladium-incorporated silicate-structured mesoporous catalysts

Sener, Canan
Doğu, Timur
Dogu, Guelsen
Pd-Si-structured novel mesoporous nanocomposite catalytic materials, having quite high Pd/Si ratios, were synthesized by an acidic direct hydrothermal synthesis route. The nanocomposite catalytic materials were then characterized by XRD, XPS, EDS, nitrogen adsorption, and SEM techniques. Unlike MCM-41, the XRD patterns indicated a rather wide d((100)) band at a 2 theta value of about 1.9. The materials, with very high Pd/Si wt ratios between 1.43 and 2.66, were synthesized and had BJH surface area values between 600 and 200 m(2)/g. The pore size distributions of these materials were also quite narrow, indicating pores between 2 and 7 nm.


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Citation Formats
C. Sener, T. Doğu, and G. Dogu, “Direct hydrothermal synthesis of palladium-incorporated silicate-structured mesoporous catalysts,” TURKISH JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY, pp. 473–478, 2007, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: