The objective of this Special Issue is to provide new diverse contributions that can demonstrate recent applications in biomass transformation using heterogeneous catalysts. In recent decades, a wide variety of biomass-derived chemicals have emerged as key platform chemicals for the production of fine chemicals and liquid fuels using heterogeneous catalysts as the preferred option for most of the developed and proposed catalytic processes. A range of heterogeneous catalysts have been evaluated for effective biomass conversion, such as supported metal nanoparticles, mixed metal oxides and zeolites, where the control of particle size, porosity, acid-basic and redox properties is crucial for providing active, stable and selective heterogeneous catalysts. Moreover, the crucial role of the solvent, choice of reactor design and final chemical processes for controlling activity, selectivity and deactivation phenomena has been demonstrated

Catalytic transformation of renewables (Olefin, bio‐sourced, et al.)

Dimitratos N.
;
Albonetti S.;Tabanelli T.
2021

Abstract

The objective of this Special Issue is to provide new diverse contributions that can demonstrate recent applications in biomass transformation using heterogeneous catalysts. In recent decades, a wide variety of biomass-derived chemicals have emerged as key platform chemicals for the production of fine chemicals and liquid fuels using heterogeneous catalysts as the preferred option for most of the developed and proposed catalytic processes. A range of heterogeneous catalysts have been evaluated for effective biomass conversion, such as supported metal nanoparticles, mixed metal oxides and zeolites, where the control of particle size, porosity, acid-basic and redox properties is crucial for providing active, stable and selective heterogeneous catalysts. Moreover, the crucial role of the solvent, choice of reactor design and final chemical processes for controlling activity, selectivity and deactivation phenomena has been demonstrated
2021
Dimitratos N.; Albonetti S.; Tabanelli T.
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