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The effect of coexisting SO 2 on the catalytic activity of Ga 2 O 3 –Al 2 O 3 prepared by impregnation, coprecipitation and sol–gel method for NO reduction by propene in the presence of oxygen was studied. Although the activity of Al 2 O 3 and Ga 2 O 3 –Al 2 O 3 prepared by impregnation (Ga...
TiO 2 was supported on porous materials, including NaY and Na-mordenite zeolites, as well as mesoporous MCM-41 molecular sieve by using impregnation method with organic solvents. The products were characterized with powder XRD, BET surface area measurement, TEM, IR, Raman and UV–VIS...
Catalytic wet air oxidation of two acidic and alkaline Kraft bleach plant effluents (total organic carbon (TOC) content 1138 and 1331 mg l −1 , respectively) was investigated in a trickle-bed reactor at T =463 K and oxygen partial pressure of 8 bar. The reactor packed with titania or...
The use of glass fibers in the form of woven cloth (GFC), as a new type of catalytic support, was studied for the reduction of aqueous nitrate solutions using a Pd/Cu–GFC catalyst. The activity (per gram Pd) and selectivity to nitrogen were found to be comparable with those found for Pd–Cu...
Hydrolysis of ethyl acetate in sub-critical (633 K, 200 bar) and super-critical water (673 K, 240 bar) has been investigated in a tubular flow reactor as a model reaction for the depolymerisation of polyesters. Super-critical reaction conditions enable approximately a 10-fold hydrolysis rate in...
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