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Selektywne katalityczne utlenianie (SCO) amoniaku do azotu i pary wodnej wobec mieszanych tlenków pochodzenia hydrotalkitowego – praca przeglądowa

Autorzy Jabłońska, M.  Chmielarz, L.  Węgrzyn, A. 
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EN Selective catalytic oxidation (SCO) of ammonia into nitrogen and water vapour over hydrotalcite originated mixed metal oxides – a short review
Języki publikacji PL, EN
Abstrakty
PL Selektywne katalityczne utlenianie amoniaku do azotu i pary wodnej jest obecnie uważane za jedną z najbardziej obiecujących metod usuwania amoniaku z gazów spalinowych i poprocesowych. W pracy omówiono technologię SCO, w tym stosowane w procesie katalizatory oraz mechanizmy przebiegu reakcji. Wykonano badania mieszanych tlenków pochodzenia hydrotalkitowego, w tym katalizatorów dwufunkcyjnych. Uzyskane wyniki jednoznacznie wskazują na duży potencjał materiałów hydrotalkitowych jako katalizatorów tego procesu. Zaproponowano dalsze kierunki badań w dziedzinie katalizatorów pochodzenia hydrotalkitowego dla procesu SCO.
EN Selective catalytic oxidation of ammonia into nitrogen and water vapour is currently regarded as one of the most promising technologies for abatement of ammonia emissions from waste gases. This paper gives an overview of SCO technology, including the catalyst development and possible mechanisms of SCO reaction. The use of mixed metal oxides obtained from synthetic hydrotalcite-like materials in the role of catalysts for the SCO reaction has been reviewed. Obtained results clearly show huge potential of tested materials as industrial catalysts. Finally, future research directions in the area of NH3 oxidation based on mixed oxide catalysts derived from hydrotalcite-like materials are proposed.
Słowa kluczowe
PL materiały hydrotalkitowe   katalizatory tlenkowe   selektywne katalityczne utlenianie amoniaku  
EN hydrotalcite-like materials   oxide catalysts   selective catalytic oxidation of ammonia  
Wydawca Stowarzyszenie Inżynierów i Techników Przemysłu Chemicznego, ZW CHEMPRESS-SITPChem
Czasopismo Chemik
Rocznik 2013
Tom Vol. 67, nr 8
Strony 701--710
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 45 poz., rys., tab.
Twórcy
autor Jabłońska, M.
autor Chmielarz, L.
  • Wydział Chemii, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków
autor Węgrzyn, A.
  • Wydział Chemii, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków
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