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Catalytic Hydroconversion of Lauric Acid Over Poly(N-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone)-Coated Pd Nanoparticles on ZIF-8

1Research Center for Chemistry, National Research and Innovation Agency Republic of Indonesia, Indonesia

2Department of Renewable Energy Engineering, Prasetiya Mulya University, Indonesia

3Chemical Process Technology Division, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, South Korea

Received: 5 Jan 2024; Revised: 12 Feb 2024; Accepted: 13 Feb 2024; Available online: 14 Feb 2024; Published: 30 Apr 2024.
Editor(s): Istadi Istadi
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A subclass of Metal-Organic Frameworks, Zeolitic Imidazole Frameworks-8 (ZIF-8) is known as an emerging material that has the characteristic of a large surface area, good thermal stability as well as a high porosity. Instead of having extraordinary properties, ZIF-8 consists of Lewis acid and Lewis base site on its Zn metals and 2-methylimidazole which are the important components for the catalyst. In this study, Pd-Poly(N-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone) coated on ZIF-8 (Pd-PVP@ZIF-8) was synthesized by mixed Pd-PVP solution and ZIF-8 precursors at room temperature. The Pd-PVP solution was varied from 10 to 50 ml to differentiate the Pd concentration in ZIF-8. As-synthesized 50 ml of Pd-PVP on ZIF-8 (50Pd-PVP@ZIF-8) showed catalytic activity in the conversion of 98.6% lauric acid to produce 78.2% of 1-dodecanol at optimum condition 320 °C for 6 h. The synergy between Pd-PVP as metal and ZIF-8 as metal support as well as high dispersion of Pd particles could enhance performance in the conversion of lauric acid. Copyright © 2024 by Authors, Published by BCREC Publishing Group. This is an open access article under the CC BY-SA License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0).

Keywords: Pd-PVP@ZIF-8; catalyst; hydroconversion; lauric acid
Funding: National Priority Program of Engineering Science (PN-IPT) LIPI 2021 ; Rumah Program Research Organization of Nanotechnology and Material BRIN 2022

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