Keywords Molybdenum nitrides · Ammonia synthesis · Ammonia decomposition · Hydrodenitrogenation · Hydrodesulphurization 1 Introduction * Venkata Ramesh Babu Gurram Transition metal nitrides are the compounds in which email@example.com nitrogen occupies interstitial position of the close packed * Seetha Rama Rao Kamaraju metallic structure. These are the compounds with wide firstname.lastname@example.org range of properties like hardness, electrical or thermal CSIR-Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research (CSIR- conductivity, super conductivity, magnetism and catalytic AcSIR), New Delhi, India activity [1, 2]. Due to these properties several new nitride Catalysis Laboratory, Inorganic & Physical Chemistry materials are synthesized and used for the various appli- Division, CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, cations. Synthesis of nitrides is very complex with large Hyderabad 500007, India Vol:.(1234567890) 1 3 Synthesis and Industrial Catalytic Applications of Binary and Ternary Molybdenum Nitrides:… 167 thermodynamic barriers which occur from making and Because of their chemical inertness and ability to with- −1 breaking of N≡N bonds (945 kJ mol ). The first industrial stand high temperatures, interstitial nitrides are useful in application of a nitride was the use of calcium cyanamide several high-temperature applications, including their use as a fertilizer. It is produced by the reaction of nitrogen as crucibles and high-temperature reaction vessels. TiN with calcium carbide. It gradually releases ammonia by [10–12],
Catalysis Surveys from Asia – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 6, 2018
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