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About: Ammoxidation is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 1939 publications have been published within this topic receiving 27739 citations.

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TL;DR: A review of vanadium oxide monolayer catalysts can be found in this article, where the authors provide a guide to the recent literature on the preparation, structure and catalytic properties.

611 citations

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TL;DR: A review of the current status and future trends in oxidation catalysis is presented in this article, which includes the ammoxidation of propylene to acrylonitrile using complex multicomponent mixed metal molybdates and antimonates as catalysts.

393 citations

31 Mar 2001
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present an overview of the current state of the art in the field of active catalysts and their application in a variety of industrial and non-industrial settings.
Abstract: 1. 1.1. Introduction. 1.2. Technological and Industrial Developments. 1.3. New Opportunities from Fundamental Research. 1.4. The Ecological Issue as a Driving Force. 1.5. Heterogeneous Versus Homogeneous Catalysis In Selective Oxidation. 2. New Technological and Industrial Opportunities: Options. 2.1. Use of Alternative Raw Materials. 2.2. New Reactor Technology Options. 2.3. Air Versus Oxygen Processes. 3. New Technological and Industrial Opportunities: Examples. 3.1. Introduction. 3.2. Examples of Opportunities for New Oxidation Processes. 3.3. Examples of New Catalytic Systems. 3.4. Conclusions. 4. Control of the Surface activity of Solid Catalysts. Industrial Processes of Alkane Oxidation. 4.1. Introduction. 4.2. Maleic Anhydride from n-Butane on V-P-Oxides. 4.3. Propane Ammoxidation to Acrylonitrile on V-Sb-Oxides. 5. Control of the Surface Reactivity of Solid Catalysts. New Alkane Oxidation Reactions. 5.1. Introduction. 5.2. Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Alkanes. 5.3. New Types of Oxidation of Light Alkanes. 6. New Fields of Application of Solid Catalysts 6.1. Introduction. 6.2. Selective Oxidation in the Liquid Phase with Solid or Mesoporous Materials. 6.3. Heteropoly Compounds as Molecular Type Catalysts. 6.4. Solid Wacker-Type Catalysts. 7. New Concepts and New Strategies in the Field of Selective Oxidation. 7.1. Introduction. 7.2. Selective Oxidation at Near Room Temperature Using O2. 7.3.New Approaches to Generate Active Oxygen Species. 7.4. Novel Reaction Medium. 7.5. Conclusions. 8. New Aspects in the Mechanisms of Selective Oxidation and Structure/Activity Relationships. 8.1. Introduction. 8.2. Active Sites or 'Living Active Surface'? 8.3. Surface Oxygen Species and Their Role in Selective Oxidation. 8.4. Modification of the Surface Reactivity by Chemisorbed Species. 8.5. Role of Acido-Base Properties in Catalytic Oxidation. 8.6. Reactive Intermediates in Heterogeneous Oxidative Catalysis. 8.7. Presence of Competitive Pathways of Conversion and Factors Governing Their Relative Rates. 8.8. Dynamics of Catalytic Oxidation Processes. 8.9. Conclusions.

358 citations

07 Jun 1995
TL;DR: In this article, solid membranes comprising an intimate, gas-impervious, multi-phase mixture of an electronically conductive material and an oxygen ion-conductive material, and/or mixed metal oxide of a perovskite structure are described.
Abstract: Solid membranes comprising an intimate, gas-impervious, multi-phase mixture of an electronically-conductive material and an oxygen ion-conductive material and/or a mixed metal oxide of a perovskite structure are described. Electrochemical reactor components, such as reactor cells, and electrochemical reactors are also described for transporting oxygen from any oxygen-containing gas to any gas or mixture of gases that consume oxygen. The reactor cells generally comprise first and second zones separated by an element having a first surface capable of reducing oxygen to oxygen ions, a second surface capable of reacting oxygen ions with an oxygen-consuming gas, an electron-conductive path between the first and second surfaces and an oxygen ion-conductive path between the first and second surfaces. The element may further comprise (1) a porous substrate, (2) an electron-conductive metal, metal oxide or mixture thereof and/or (3) a catalyst. The reactor cell may further comprise a catalyst in the zone which comprises a passageway from an entrance end to an exit end of the element. Processes described which may be conducted with the disclosed reactor cells and reactors include, for example, the partial oxidation of methane to produce unsaturated compounds or synthesis gas, the partial oxidation of ethane, substitution of aromatic compounds, extraction of oxygen from oxygen-containing gases, including oxidized gases, ammoxidation of methane, etc. The extraction of oxygen from oxidized gases may be used for flue or exhaust gas cleanup.

327 citations

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01 Jan 1994-Carbon
TL;DR: In this article, four commercially available carbons were subjected to ammonia and ammonia/oxygen gas mixtures at temperatures between 200 and 420°C. The pore structure of the carbons, as determined by nitrogen porosimetry, was virtually unchanged after the treatments.

262 citations

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