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Direct Photocatalytic Synthesis of Acetic Acid from Methane and CO at Ambient Temperature Using Water as Oxidant

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Direct functionalization of methane selectively to value-added chemicals is still one of the main challenges in modern science. Acetic acid is an important industrial chemical produced nowadays by expensive and environmentally unfriendly carbonylation of methanol using homogeneous catalysts. Here, we report a new photocatalytic reaction route to synthesize acetic acid from CH4 and CO at room temperature using water as the sole external oxygen source. The optimized photocatalyst consists of a TiO2 support and ammonium phosphotungstic polyoxometalate (NPW) clusters anchored with isolated Pt single atoms (Pt1). It enables a stable synthesis of 5.7 mmol·L–1 acetic acid solution in 60 h with the selectivity over 90% and 66% to acetic acid on liquid-phase and carbon basis, respectively, with the production of 99 mol of acetic acid per mol of Pt. Combined isotopic and in situ spectroscopy investigation suggests that synthesis of acetic acid proceeds via a photocatalytic oxidative carbonylation of methane over the Pt1 sites, with the methane activation facilitated by water-derived hydroxyl radicals.

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hal-04304252 , version 1 (28-11-2023)

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Chunyang Dong, Maya Marinova, Karima Ben Tayeb, Olga Safonova, Yong Zhou, et al.. Direct Photocatalytic Synthesis of Acetic Acid from Methane and CO at Ambient Temperature Using Water as Oxidant. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2023, 145 (2), pp.1185-1193. ⟨10.1021/jacs.2c10840⟩. ⟨hal-04304252⟩
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