The influence exerted by the conditions of oxidation and calcination in an inert medium on the properties of Karbopon and Busofit activated carbon fibers were studied using a set of physicochemical methods. The maximal concentration of thermally stable phenol groups in Busofit is reached by its oxidation with a 20% aqueous HNO3 solution, followed by calcination in an inert medium at 500°С for 1.5 h. Experiments with catalysts supported on Busofit samples functionalized with 20% HNO3 have shown that palladium supported on Busofit that was calcined at 500°C after oxidative treatment is characterized by monodisperse nanocluster distribution. The prepared catalysts containing 1 wt % Pd exhibit higher activity in oxidation of carbon monoxide than their presently known analogs do.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 2, 2017
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