The carbon oxidation over copper ion-exchanged zeolites (Cu-MFI, Cu-MOR, Cu-FAU, and Cu-BEA) pretreated at 700 °C was investigated. The catalytic activities of Cu-MFI, Cu-MOR, and Cu-FAU pretreated at 700 °C were higher for carbon oxidation in NO + O2 atmosphere than that of Cu-BEA. The TEM results demonstrated that Cu fine particles were formed on the external surface of Cu-MFI, Cu-MOR, and Cu-FAU, showing high activity. In addition, it was suggested that the coexisting NO plays an important role in enhancing the catalytic activity of Cu-MFI for carbon oxidation.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 10, 2011
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