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Ethanol Dehydrogenation to Acetaldehyde over Activated Carbons-Derived from Coffee Residue
Bulletin of Chemical Reaction Engineering & Catalysis
This study focuses on the production of acetaldehyde from ethanol by catalytic dehydrogenation using activated carbon catalysts derived from coffee ground residues and commercial activated carbon catalyst. For the synthesis of activated carbon catalysts, coffee ground residues were chemical activated with ZnCl2 (ratio 1:3) followed by different physical activation. All prepared catalysts were characterized with various techniques such as nitrogen physisorption (BET and BJH methods), scanningdoi:10.9767/bcrec.14.2.3335.268-282 fatcat:j6px7fvpfffwhg4qbphrlknazm