Synthesis and characteristics of titanium silicalite TS-1, Ti-Beta and Ti-MWW catalysts

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Synthesis and characteristics of titanium silicalite TS-1, Ti-Beta and Ti-MWW catalysts

The synthesis methods of the following titanium-silicalite catalysts: TS-1, Ti-Beta and Ti-MWW were presented. The results of the analyses of the catalysts by XRD, SEM and IR, UV-vis methods were also shown. A brief description of the catalytic performances of these catalysts in the oxidation process of olefins, alkenes, alcohols and aromatic compounds was presented.

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