Influence of the Mesoporous Polymer Matrix Nature on the Formation of Catalytically Active Ruthenium Nanoparticles

Mikhail Sulman  -  Department of Biotechnology and Chemistry, Tver State Technical University, A.Nikitina str., 22, Tver 170026,, Russian Federation
Valentin Doluda  -  Department of Biotechnology and Chemistry, Tver State Technical University, A.Nikitina str., 22, Tver 170026,, Russian Federation
Maksim Grigoryev  -  Department of Biotechnology and Chemistry, Tver State Technical University, A.Nikitina str., 22, Tver 170026,, Russian Federation
Oleg Manaenkov  -  Department of Biotechnology and Chemistry, Tver State Technical University, A.Nikitina str., 22, Tver 170026,, Russian Federation
Anastasiya Filatova  -  Department of Biotechnology and Chemistry, Tver State Technical University, A.Nikitina str., 22, Tver 170026,, Russian Federation
Vladimir Molchanov  -  Department of Biotechnology and Chemistry, Tver State Technical University, A.Nikitina str., 22, Tver 170026,, Russian Federation
Alexander Sidorov  -  Department of Biotechnology and Chemistry, Tver State Technical University, A.Nikitina str., 22, Tver 170026,, Russian Federation
Alexey Bykov  -  Department of Biotechnology and Chemistry, Tver State Technical University, A.Nikitina str., 22, Tver 170026,, Russian Federation
Irina Shkileva  -  Department of Biotechnology and Chemistry, Tver State Technical University, A.Nikitina str., 22, Tver 170026,, Russian Federation
Aleksandrina Sulman  -  Department of Biotechnology and Chemistry, Tver State Technical University, A.Nikitina str., 22, Tver 170026,, Russian Federation
Barry Stein  -  Department of Biology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405,, United States
*Valentuna Matveeva  -  Department of Biotechnology and Chemistry, Tver State Technical University, A.Nikitina str., 22, Tver 170026,, Russian Federation
Received: 27 Jul 2015; Published: 30 Dec 2015.
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This paper reports on ruthenium nanoparticles formation and stabilization by hypercrosslinked poly-styrene and the catalytic properties of the nanocomposites obtained. Hypercrosslinked polystyrene with functional groups and without them was used. The nanocomposites were characterized using low-temperature nitrogen physisorption, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and transmission electron mi-croscopy. It is established that the tertiary amine group of the support influences both formation of ru-thenium nanoparticles, and their catalytic properties in the selective hydrogenation of D-glucose. ©2015 BCREC UNDIP. All rights reserved.

Received: 27th July 2015; Revised: 4th December 2015; Accepted: 5th December 2015

How to Cite: Sulman, M., Doluda, V., Grigoryev, M., Manaenkov, O., Filatova, A., Molchanov, V., Si-dorov, A., Bykov, A., Shkileva, I., Sulman, A., Stein, B., Matveeva, V. (2015). Influence of the Mesoporous Polymer Matrix Nature on the Formation of Catalytically Active Ruthenium Nanoparticles. Bulletin of Chemical Reaction Engineering & Catalysis, 10 (3): 313-323. (doi:10.9767/bcrec.10.3.8824.313-323)

Permalink/DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.9767/bcrec.10.3.8824.313-323

Keywords: Ruthenium Nanoparticles; Mesoporous Polymer Matrix; Hypercrosslinked Polystyrene; Tertiary Amine Group; Hydrogenation of D-glucose

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