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Record number 445999
Title Functionalized carbon nanofibers as solid-acid catalysts for transesterification
Author(s) Stellwagen, D.R.; Klis, F. van der; Es, D.S. van; Jong, K.P. de; Bitter, J.H.
Source ChemSusChem 6 (2013)9. - ISSN 1864-5631 - p. 1668 - 1672.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1002/cssc.201300372
Department(s) BBP Sustainable Chemistry & Technology
Biobased Chemistry and Technology
VLAG
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2013
Keyword(s) ordered mesoporous carbon - heterogeneous catalysts - biodiesel - nanotubes - chemistry - black - ions - oils
Abstract Carbon nanofibers (CNFs) were functionalized with aryl sulfonic acid groups using in situ diazonium coupling. The use of diazonium coupling yielded an acidic carbon material, in which the introduced acidic groups are readily accessible to the triglyceride substrate. The material is an efficient catalyst for the transesterification of triolein and methanol, outperforming conventional sulfonated carbons in both stability and activity per acid site. Upon comparing CNFs with varying degrees of functionalization, a linear correlation between sulfonic acid sites and catalytic performance was found.
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