A comparative study on the activity of metal exchanged MCM22 zeolite in the selective catalytic reduction of NOx

A comparative study on the activity of metal exchanged MCM22 zeolite in the selective catalytic... A series of MCM22 zeolites exchanged with copper and cobalt are studied for the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) of NO with C3H8 and the behavior compared with that of Cu and Co-beta and ZMS5 zeolites. The results show that Co and Cu-MCM22 samples are stable SCR catalysts. These zeolites give the maximum activity at 450°C. Their behavior towards oxygen content in the reactant phase and exchange level of the metal in the catalyst, is qualitatively similar to that of metal exchanged beta and ZSM5 zeolite, but the yields obtained with this zeolite are lower in any case. The infrared studies of adsorbed NO show, contrary to what is occurring in ZSM5 in which only Cu+ sites are observed at low NO partial pressure, that in this condition, Cu+ and Cu2+ species are formed on MCM22. The results indicate that in MCM22, the copper located in the 10 member ring (MR) circular channels behaves similarly to that present in ZSM5, while the Cu present in the 12 MR cavities has a strong tendency to agglomerate forming non active CuO clusters. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research on Chemical Intermediates Springer Journals

A comparative study on the activity of metal exchanged MCM22 zeolite in the selective catalytic reduction of NOx

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Springer Netherlands
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Copyright © 1998 by Springer
Subject
Chemistry; Catalysis; Physical Chemistry; Inorganic Chemistry
ISSN
0922-6168
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1568-5675
D.O.I.
10.1163/156856798X00131
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Abstract

A series of MCM22 zeolites exchanged with copper and cobalt are studied for the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) of NO with C3H8 and the behavior compared with that of Cu and Co-beta and ZMS5 zeolites. The results show that Co and Cu-MCM22 samples are stable SCR catalysts. These zeolites give the maximum activity at 450°C. Their behavior towards oxygen content in the reactant phase and exchange level of the metal in the catalyst, is qualitatively similar to that of metal exchanged beta and ZSM5 zeolite, but the yields obtained with this zeolite are lower in any case. The infrared studies of adsorbed NO show, contrary to what is occurring in ZSM5 in which only Cu+ sites are observed at low NO partial pressure, that in this condition, Cu+ and Cu2+ species are formed on MCM22. The results indicate that in MCM22, the copper located in the 10 member ring (MR) circular channels behaves similarly to that present in ZSM5, while the Cu present in the 12 MR cavities has a strong tendency to agglomerate forming non active CuO clusters.

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Research on Chemical IntermediatesSpringer Journals

Published: Apr 15, 2009

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