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  • fig. S1. IPA TPD profile of CBV8014 and CPC814C, showing the evolution of IPA, propylene, and ammonia as a function of temperature.
  • fig. S2. Scanning electron microscopy image of CBV8014 to estimate the crystal size of the catalyst.
  • fig. S3. X-ray diffraction data for CBV8014, showing that the sample is a crystalline zeolite with MFI framework type.
  • fig. S4. Comparing TOF with increasing water cofeeding at a reaction temperature of 250°C.
  • fig. S5. Comparing TOF with increasing partial pressure of 2-MF at a reaction temperature of 250°C.
  • fig. S6. Comparing rate of acylation between CBV80114 and Na-exchanged CBV8014 to test internal diffusion limitations.
  • fig. S7. Optimized structures from DFT calculations.
  • fig. S8. DFT calculations of acyl formation from acetic acid in Hβ.
  • fig. S9. Apparent activation energy of acetic acid ketonization over CBV8014 estimated for a temperature range of 270° to 310°C.
  • fig. S10. Comparing the conversion of MF by using different catalyst amounts.
  • fig. S11. Online gas chromatography–flame ionization detector spectrum for MF acylation with acetic acid at a conversion level of 15%.
  • fig. S12. Gas chromatography–MS spectrum to identify compounds of MF acylation reaction with acetic acid.
  • References (46, 47)

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