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For the rest of the oxide atoms in the cluster the basis set 6-31G was used. The 6-31G (d,p) basis set was used for the molecular orbitals of Gly and FAME. The adsorption energy of Gly or FAME (Eads) was evaluated according to the following total energy difference: Eads = E(molecule-MgO cluster) À E(MgO cluster) À E(molecule); where ‘‘molecule’’ is either Gly or FAME. Negative values indicate exothermic adsorption. On the other hand, the atomic net charges (q) were calculated following the natural bond orbital (NBO) scheme [87], which gives realistic values for the charge partitioning.

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The obtained UOL formation rates (rUOL) are shown in Table 2. It is observed that rUOL, expressed either in mass or area basis, slightly increased with the calcination temperature, similarly to the evolution of medium-strength basic sites shown in Table 1 (nMg-O values). This result suggests that the rate limiting step for the formation of UOL is promoted on Mg2þ-O2À pair sites. In fact, as it is shown in Fig. 12 the Mg2þ-O2À pair sites would promote formation of the six-atom cyclic intermediate needed in Meerwein-Ponndorf-Verley mechanism for preferentially transferring hydrogen from the 2-propanol donor molecule to the C¼O bond of mesityl oxide.

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