HC-SCR (selective reduction of nitrogen oxide by hydrocarbon) and our view on its reaction mechanism are briefly described, and then our attempts in the last few years to design catalysts based on the concept of bifunctional catalysis for HC-SCR are reviewed. The example chosen is the NO-C3H6-O2-H2O reaction catalyzed by mechanical mixtures of transition metal oxides (e.g., Mn2O3) and metal-loaded ZSM-5 zeolites. The synergistic effect of two components was explained based on a reaction mechanism comprising NO oxidation, oxidative decomposition of the products of NO2-C3H6 reactions and polymerization of (or carbon deposition from) C3H6.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 14, 2009
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