Sulfate Promoted Zirconia as Promising Alkali-Resistant Support for Catalytic NOx Removal

Publication: ResearchPoster – Annual report year: 2007

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The use of bio-fuels as alternatives to traditional fossil fuels has attracted much attention recent years since bio-fuels belong to a family of renewable types of energy sources and do not contribute to the green-house effect. Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) of NOx with ammonia as reductant is the most efficient method to eliminate NOx from flue gases in stationary sources. The traditional SCR catalyst suffers significant deactivation with time due to the presence of relative large amounts of potassium in bio-fuels. A possible solution to this problem is use of highly acidic supports, which would interact with potassium stronger than active metal species
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2007
StatePublished

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Conference3rd International Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry
Number3
CountryNetherlands
CityDelft
Period01/07/0705/07/07
Internet addresshttp://www.greenchem2007.tudelft.nl/
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