Cu-MOR, Cu-MFI, Co-MOR, Co-MFI and Mn-MFI were prepared by ion-exchange of Na-MOR or Na-MFI. On all samples, the catalytic activity for N 2O decomposition, CH 4+N 2O, CH 4+O 2, and for the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) of N 2O in the presence of O 2 was studied in a flow apparatus with GC analysis of reactants and products.Extensively exchanged Cu-MOR and Cu-MFI were active for N 2O decomposition. Cu-MOR and Cu-MFI exchanged at about 20% were much less active. All Co-MOR and Co-MFI catalysts, irrespective of the exchange-extent, were active for the same reaction. Mn-MFI was nearly inactive up to 773K. All catalysts were active for CH 4+N 2O. Cu-MOR and Cu-MFI were active for CH 4+O 2, whereas Co-MOR, Co-MFI and Mn-MFI were much less active for this reaction. Irrespective of the exchange extent, Cu-MOR, Cu-MFI, Co-MOR, and Co-MFI were active for the SCR of N 2O with CH 4. Conversely, Mn-MFI was not active for this reaction. Turnover frequency was slightly higher for the various reactions on Me-MFI (Me=Cu or Co) than for the corresponding reactions on Me-MOR.We conclude that on Cu- and Co-zeolites, the SCR of N 2O with CH 4 consists of two nearly independent reactions: CH 4+N 2O prevails at high temperature (673-773K), and CH 4+O 2 at lower temperature. The two reactions involve different catalytically active oxygen species: CH 4+O 2 involves a molecular form, and CH 4+N 2O a monoatomic form, arising from N 2O. Because Co-MOR and Co-MFI are also active for the SCR of NO x, we suggest that these materials are promising catalysts for the simultaneous SCR of N 2O and NO x with CH 4. © 2011 Elsevier B.V.
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|Titolo:||The selective catalytic reduction of N 2O with CH 4 on Na-MOR and Na-MFI exchanged with copper, cobalt or manganese|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2012|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||01a Articolo in rivista|