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An EPR and NMR study on Mo/HZSM-5 catalysts for the aromatization of methane: Investigation of the location of the pentavalent molybdenum

   Vu Thi Thu Ha; Sarioglan, Alper; Erdem-Senatalar, Ayse; Ben Taarit, Younes

EPR and Al-27 NMR were used to probe the nature of the phases that formed during the conversion of methane at high temperature on the Mo/HZSM-5 catalyst. It was shown that ammonium 6-molybdoaluminate III supported over silica gave rise, when reduced, to an EPR signal due to Mo5+ ions with the odd electron interacting with the nonzero nuclear spin of aluminum in much the same way as in HZSM-5. Therefore, the occurrence of this particular spin interaction should not be taken as evidence of the location of the Mo5+ ions at the exchange sites of the zeolites. Rather, combined Al-27 NMR and EPR investigation of the reduction of a pure polycrystalline aluminum molybdate suggested that the observed signal in the case of the zeolite composite catalyst was due to Mo5+ ions formed within the Al-2(MoO4)(3) extra phase that formed upon dealumination of the zeolite in the presence of molybdenum. (c) 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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