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dc.contributor.authorChao, ZS
dc.contributor.author晁自胜
dc.contributor.authorWu, TH
dc.contributor.author吴廷华
dc.contributor.authorYe, JL
dc.contributor.author叶剑良
dc.contributor.authorChen, GZ
dc.contributor.author陈国周
dc.contributor.authorWan, HL
dc.contributor.author万惠霖
dc.date.accessioned2012-06-10T01:29:34Z
dc.date.available2012-06-10T01:29:34Z
dc.date.issued2001
dc.identifier.citationSCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES B-CHEMISTRY,2001,44(1):103-112zh_CN
dc.identifier.issn1006-9291
dc.identifier.urihttps://dspace.xmu.edu.cn/handle/2288/12689
dc.description.abstractHydrogen species in both SiO2 and Rh/SiO2 catalysts pretreated in different atmospheres (H-2. O-2, helium or air) at different temperatures (773 or 973 K) were investigated by means of H-1 MAS NMR. In SiO2 and O-2-pretreated catalysts, a series of downfield signals at similar to7.0, 3.8-4.0, 2.0 and 1.5-1.0 were detected. The first two signals can be attributed to strongly adsorbed and physisorbed water and the others to terminal silanol (SiOH) and SIGH under the screening of oxygen vacancies in SiO2 lattice, respectively. Besides the above signals, both upfield signal at similar to -110 and downfield signals at 3.0 and 0.0 were also detected in H-2-pretreated catalyst, respectively. The upfield signal at similar to -110 originated from the dissociative adsorption of H-2 over rhodium and was found to consist of both the contributions of reversible and irreversible hydrogen. There also probably existed another dissociatively adsorbed hydrogen over rhodium, which was known to be beta hydrogen and in a unique form of "delocalized hydrogen". It was presumed that the beta hydrogen had an upfield shift of ca. -20- -50, though its H-1 NMR signals, which, having been masked by the spinning sidebands of Si-OH, failed to be directly detected out. The downfield signal at 3.0 was assigned to spillover hydrogen weakly bound by the bridge oxygen of SiO2. Another downfield signal at 0.0 was assigned to hydrogen held in the oxygen vacancies of SiO2 (Si-H species), suffering from the screening of trapped electrons. Both the spillover hydrogen and the Si-H resulted from the migration of the reversible hydrogen and the beta hydrogen from rhodium to SiO2 in the close vicinity. It was proved that the above migration of hydrogen was preferred to occur at higher temperature than at lower temperature.zh_CN
dc.language.isozhzh_CN
dc.publisherSCIENCE PRESSzh_CN
dc.subjectsilicazh_CN
dc.subjectrhodiumzh_CN
dc.subjectcatalystzh_CN
dc.subjecthydrogenzh_CN
dc.subjectspilloverzh_CN
dc.subjectH-1 MAS NMRzh_CN
dc.titleH-1 MAS NMR characterization of hydrogen over silica-supported rhodium catalystzh_CN
dc.typeArticlezh_CN


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