Producción de alcohol cinamílico a partir de la hidrogenación selectiva de cinamaldehído usando catalizadores de oro soportados en óxidos metálicos
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Cinnamyl alcohol; Golden; cinnamaldehyde; Hydrogenation; Catalysts. Alcohol cinamílico; Oro; Cinamaldehído; Hidrogenación; Catalizadores.

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Rojas , H. A., Martínez, J. J., Brijaldo, M. H., & Passos, F. (2019). Producción de alcohol cinamílico a partir de la hidrogenación selectiva de cinamaldehído usando catalizadores de oro soportados en óxidos metálicos. Rev. Acad. Colomb. Cienc. Ex. Fis. Nat., 43(168), 539-549. https://doi.org/10.18257/raccefyn.852

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Se estudiaron catalizadores de oro (Au) soportados en tres óxidos metálicos diferentes dado que la naturaleza del soporte podría determinar el tipo de sitios activos necesarios para llevar a cabo las reacciones de hidrogenación selectiva de aldehídos α,β-insaturados. La hidrogenación de cinamaldehído se estudió como la reacción de prueba. El cinamaldehído tiene dos posibilidades de adsorción (vertical y planar), así que si existen especies de oro cargadas, pueda verse el efecto de una adsorción preferencial. Los resultados sugieren que la presencia de partículas intermedias (~5,7 nm) y la existencia de sitios de Auδ¯ son necesarias para incrementar la selectividad hacia la reducción del enlace C=O. Esto se observó preferencialmente en el catalizador de Au/SiO2. En el caso de Au/Fe2O3 y Au/TiO2, en los cuales es posible otro tipo de interacciones metal-soporte, la selectividad decreció probablemente como consecuencia de la adsorción del cinamaldehído en forma vertical y planar, ocasionada por la presencia de partículas de Au° de tamaños de ~9,8 nm y ~4,5 nm, respectivamente.

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