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@article{614373b5b49143958c98113587f9f93b,
title = "Alkali resistivity of Cu based selective catalytic reduction catalysts: Potassium chloride aerosol exposure and activity measurements",
keywords = "SCR of NO with NH3, Cu–zeolite catalysts, Biomass fired power plants",
publisher = "Elsevier BV",
author = "Putluru, {Siva Sankar Reddy} and Jensen, {Anker Degn} and Anders Riisager and Rasmus Fehrmann",
year = "2012",
doi = "10.1016/j.catcom.2011.11.014",
volume = "18",
pages = "41--46",
journal = "Catalysis Communications",
issn = "1566-7367",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Alkali resistivity of Cu based selective catalytic reduction catalysts

T2 - Potassium chloride aerosol exposure and activity measurements

A1 - Putluru,Siva Sankar Reddy

A1 - Jensen,Anker Degn

A1 - Riisager,Anders

A1 - Fehrmann,Rasmus

AU - Putluru,Siva Sankar Reddy

AU - Jensen,Anker Degn

AU - Riisager,Anders

AU - Fehrmann,Rasmus

PB - Elsevier BV

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - The deactivation of V2O5–WO3–TiO2, Cu–HZSM5 and Cu–HMOR plate type monolithic catalysts was investigated when exposed to KCl aerosols in a bench-scale reactor. Fresh and exposed catalysts were characterized by selective catalytic reduction (SCR) activity measurements, scanning electron microscope–energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (SEM–EDX) and NH3-temperature programmed desorption (NH3-TPD). 95% deactivation was observed for the V2O5–WO3–TiO2 catalyst, while the Cu–HZSM5 and Cu–HMOR catalysts deactivated only 58% and 48%, respectively, after 1200 h KCl exposure. SEM analysis of the KCl aerosol exposed catalysts revealed that the potassium salt not only deposited on the catalyst surface, but also penetrated into the catalyst wall. Thus, the K/M ratio (M = V or Cu) was high on V2O5–WO3–TiO2 catalyst and comparatively less on Cu–HZSM5 and Cu–HMOR catalysts. NH3-TPD revealed that the KCl exposed Cu–HZSM5 and Cu–HMOR catalysts only experienced a slight loss of acidity while the V2O5–WO3–TiO2 catalyst lost most of the acidity. High alkali resistivity seems to be characteristic of the zeolite supported SCR catalysts which thus could be attractive for flue gas cleaning in biomass plants.

AB - The deactivation of V2O5–WO3–TiO2, Cu–HZSM5 and Cu–HMOR plate type monolithic catalysts was investigated when exposed to KCl aerosols in a bench-scale reactor. Fresh and exposed catalysts were characterized by selective catalytic reduction (SCR) activity measurements, scanning electron microscope–energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (SEM–EDX) and NH3-temperature programmed desorption (NH3-TPD). 95% deactivation was observed for the V2O5–WO3–TiO2 catalyst, while the Cu–HZSM5 and Cu–HMOR catalysts deactivated only 58% and 48%, respectively, after 1200 h KCl exposure. SEM analysis of the KCl aerosol exposed catalysts revealed that the potassium salt not only deposited on the catalyst surface, but also penetrated into the catalyst wall. Thus, the K/M ratio (M = V or Cu) was high on V2O5–WO3–TiO2 catalyst and comparatively less on Cu–HZSM5 and Cu–HMOR catalysts. NH3-TPD revealed that the KCl exposed Cu–HZSM5 and Cu–HMOR catalysts only experienced a slight loss of acidity while the V2O5–WO3–TiO2 catalyst lost most of the acidity. High alkali resistivity seems to be characteristic of the zeolite supported SCR catalysts which thus could be attractive for flue gas cleaning in biomass plants.

KW - SCR of NO with NH3

KW - Cu–zeolite catalysts

KW - Biomass fired power plants

U2 - 10.1016/j.catcom.2011.11.014

DO - 10.1016/j.catcom.2011.11.014

JO - Catalysis Communications

JF - Catalysis Communications

SN - 1566-7367

VL - 18

SP - 41

EP - 46

ER -