The study object - heterogeneous catalysts of hydrogen synthesis from organic compounds based on hybrid systems lanthanum titanium oxide. The factors study that affect the structure and properties of the catalysts active centers of hydrogen synthesis from organic compounds based on hybrid systems lanthanum titanium oxide, promotion metal oxide systems based on nanoparticles of copper and silver. Research methods - X-ray diffraction, infrared spectroscopy, electron spectroscopy of DRS, NMR, SEM, TPR. The fundamentals of the creation of new catalysts for the synthesis of hydrogen from organic compounds. It is shown that the preparation conditions significantly affect the physicochemical parameters and catalytic properties of synthesized materials.
The basic regularities of the catalysts, which are investigated in a non hydrothermal conditions. The dependence between the number and strength of the photocatalytic centers, which were synthesized in a real project, and their activity and selectivity in the reaction of degradation of soluble organic systems. Determined that this process is influenced by factors such as the concentration of organic compounds, temperature, pH, reaction medium, catalyst and the amount of promotation phase.
Keywords: modified titanium dioxide, heterogeneous catalysts, the reaction of the water photolysis, with the participation of water-soluble organic compounds