Chinese Journal of Applied Chemistry ›› 2020, Vol. 37 ›› Issue (10): 1099-1111.DOI: 10.11944/j.issn.1000-0518.2020.10.200128

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Recent Advances in Application of Metal-Orgainic Framework-Derived Catalysts for Hydrogenation of Carbon Dioxide and Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis

LIU Junhuia, SONG Yakuna, SONG Chunshanb,c, GUO Xinwenc*   

  1. aCollege of Chemical Engineering and Pharmacy, Henan University of Science and Technology,Luoyang,Henan 471023,China;
    bDepartment of Energy and Mineral Engineering, EMS Energy Institute,PSU-DUT Joint Center for Energy Research,Pennsylvania State University,Pennsylvania State,16802,USA;
    cState Key Laboratory of Fine Chemicals,PSU-DUT Joint Center for Energy Research,School of Chemical Engineering,Dalian University of Technology,Dalian,Liaoning 116024,China
  • Received:2020-05-05 Online:2020-10-01 Published:2020-09-30
  • Contact: GUO Xinwen, professor; Tel/Fax:0411-84986133; E-mail:guoxw@dlut.edu.cn; Research interests: heterogeneous catalysis, porous nanomaterials, new catalytic reaction processes
  • Supported by:
    Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China(No.21908043) and the Key Project of Henan Province(No.192102310209)

Abstract: Hydrogenation of CO2 and Fischer-Tropsch synthesis reactions are the important research fields in C1 chemistry. Hydrogenation of CO2 to form value-added chemicals and fuels is beneficial for reducing the CO2 concentration in the atmosphere and mitigating the pressure on fossil fuel consumption. Fischer-Tropsch synthesis is considered as a significant route to produce liquid fuels and chemicals from non-petroleum sources. Development of novel, efficient, and stable catalysts is an urgent point for hydrogenation of CO2 and Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. The metal-organic framework(MOF)-derived catalysts have a good application prospect in hydrogenation of CO2 and Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. This paper reviews the preparation methods of MOF-derived catalysts and the catalytic performance in the reactions. In addition,the current problems are summarized and the future development of this field is pointed out.

Key words: carbon dioxide hydrogenation, Fischer-Tropsch synthesis, metal-organic framework pyrolysis, catalyst