Oxidative dehydrogenation of ethanol to acetaldehyde on V2O5/TiO2-SiO2 catalysts obtained by grafting vanadium and titanium alkoxides on silica

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This is a possible catalyst for the ethanol to acetaldehyde reaction path.  Vanadium oxide is an active and selective catalyst for oxidative dehydration of ethanol to acetaldehyde.

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  1. This article showed the method in which we could convert ethanol into acetaldehyde with acetic acid as the major by-product of the reaction. This reaction catalyst is prepared by grafting vanadium and titanium alkoxides on silica. The actual selectivity and ethanol conversion is determined by the method of graphing and the relative percentages of vanadium and titanium. In general at temperatures from 100 to 120 C, most of the versions of catalyst use experienced a selectivity of acetaldehyde higher than 80%, with ethanol conversion ranging from around 10% to 20%.

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