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Effects of Pd and Co intimacy in Pd-modified Co/TiO 2 catalysts for direct CO 2 hydrogenation to fuels: the closer not the better

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Direct CO2 hydrogenation to liquid fuels is a sustainable approach to decarbonize the future air transport. This reaction proceeds through a tandem pathway involving the reverse water gas shift reaction (RWGSR) to produce CO and the subsequent traditional CO-Fischer–Tropsch synthesis. On Co-based catalysts, the introduction of dopants can improve CO2 activation, enhance the RWGSR activity and decrease the methanation side reaction. We reported that alkali-promoted Co/TiO2 catalysts outperform the unpromoted ones in terms of activity and selectivity towards C2+ (C. Scarfiello, K. Soulantica, S. Cayez, A. Durupt, G. Viau, N. Le Breton, A. K. Boudalis, F. Meunier, G. Clet, M. Barreau, D. Salusso, S. Zafeiratos, D. P. Minh and P. Serp, J. Catal., 2023, 428, 115202). To further improve the catalytic performances, we doped an alkali-promoted Co/TiO2 catalyst with palladium, which is active for the RWGSR and promotes hydrogen spillover. The effect of noble metal location in relation to cobalt, a rarely studied parameter, was investigated by using bimetallic and mixtures of monometallic catalysts. This study demonstrates that whatever the location of Pd and its loading (0.03–0.9 wt%), doping with this metal leads to an improvement in catalytic activity. Furthermore, we show that the proximity between Co and Pd has a pronounced effect on the selectivity of the reaction. The best configuration to achieve higher activity and C2+ selectivity is obtained using mixtures of monometallic catalysts.
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hal-04552701 , version 1 (30-04-2024)

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Canio Scarfiello, Aurélien Durupt, Yann Tison, Doan Pham Minh, Katerina Soulantica, et al.. Effects of Pd and Co intimacy in Pd-modified Co/TiO 2 catalysts for direct CO 2 hydrogenation to fuels: the closer not the better. Catalysis Science & Technology, inPress, ⟨10.1039/D4CY00324A⟩. ⟨hal-04552701⟩
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