Impact of macroporosity on catalytic upgrading of fast pyrolysis bio-oil by esterification over silica sulfonic acids

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Creators: Manayil, Jinesh, Osatiashtiani, Amin, Mendoza, Alvaro, Parlett, Christopher, Isaacs, Mark, Durndell, Lee, Michailof, Chrysoula, Heracleous, Eleni, Lappas, Angelos, Lee, Adam and Wilson, Karen
Keywords: sulfonic acid, esterification, bio-oil, pore architecture, porous materials
Divisions: Engineering and Applied Science > European Bioenergy Research Institute
Funders: EPSRC, The Royal Society, The British Council
Projects: Tuning Catalyst Surfaces to Control Aldol Reactions in Biomass Conversion, Nanoengineered Materials for Clean Catalytic Technologies, Development of fast pyrolysis based advanced biofuel technologies for biofuels
Grant number: EP/K000616/2, EP/G007594/4, EP/K036548/2, 604307
Data Publisher: Aston University
Date Made Available: 28 June 2017
Collection period:
FromTo
20162017
Data Collection and Processing Methods: The data are related to material characterisation of silica-supported sulfonic acid catalysts (including TEM, XRD, N2 porosimetry, DRIFTS, XPS, TGA, pyridine adsorption/DRIFTS, propylamine adsorption/TGA-MS), and catalytic esterification of model molecules and real bio-oil. The experimental protocols are described in details in the electronic supporting information (ESI) associated with this article. This will be available online on ChemSusChem website free of charge. These data were collected and analysed in order to investigate the impact of macroporosity on catalytic upgrading of fast pyrolysis bio-oil by esterification over silica sulfonic acids.
Identification Number: https://doi.org/10.17036/researchdata.aston.ac.uk.00000253

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