Dissertation > Mathematical sciences and chemical > Chemistry > Physical Chemistry ( theoretical chemistry ),chemical physics > Chemical kinetics,catalysis > Catalytic > Catalyst

Catalytic properties of acid doped polyaniline nano

Author YangXiaoXia
Tutor JiaQingMing
School Kunming University of Science and Technology
Course Chemical processes
Keywords Nano polyaniline fibers Turpentine Hydrated Isomerization Esterification
CLC O643.36
Type Master's thesis
Year 2010
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Has a prominent contribution to the national economic development in the chemical industry , fine chemicals, organic synthesis as a core technology . The acid catalyst in organic synthesis are also plays a particularly important role , currently used an acid catalyst with a liquid acid catalyst , solid acid catalyst, etc. . Acid doped polyaniline having a characteristic, which may be inorganic acid such as hydrochloric acid , sulfuric acid , benzenesulfonic acid , p-toluenesulfonic acid , and organic acids such as to carry out doping , and thus shows good catalytic properties in organic conversion . The papers of acid doped polyaniline catalyst catalytic performance do the following aspects : 1 . Target reaction , turpentine hydration effects of acid doped type , acid concentration , aniline and persulfate molar ratio preparation conditions on the catalytic properties of polyaniline catalyst obtained the better acid doped polyaniline catalyst preparation conditions . 2. In acid the doped polyaniline catalytic system conditions , turpentine hydration reaction conditions were investigated , and turpentine hydration reaction kinetic analysis to establish the corresponding kinetic equations . Α-pinene isomerization reaction and acetic acid , n-butanol esterification reaction examined the catalytic properties of doped polyaniline catalyst . SEM, IR, BET, XRD analysis test were characterized by means of the acid doped polyaniline activity of the catalyst composition, morphology , surface area , and associated with the catalytic activity of the catalyst .

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