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Title
Platinum particle size and support effects in mediated carbon oxidation over platinum catalysts
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Abstract
Platinum metal was dispersed on microporous, mesoporous, and nonporous support materials including the zeolites Na-Y, Ba-Y, Ferrierite, ZSM-22, ETS-10, and AlPO-11, alumina, and titania. The oxidation of carbon black loosely mixed with catalyst powder was monitored gravimetrically in a gas stream containing nitric oxide, oxygen, and water. The carbon oxidation activity of the catalysts was found to be uniquely related to the Pt dispersion and little influenced by support type. The optimum dispersion is around 3-4% corresponding to relatively large Pt particle sizes of 2040 nm. The carbon oxidation activity reflects the NO oxidation activity of the platinum catalyst, which reaches an optimum in the 20-40 nm Pt particle size range. The lowest carbon oxidation temperatures were achieved with platinum loaded ZSM-22 and AlPO-11 zeolite crystallites bearing platinum of optimum dispersion on their external surfaces.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Environmental science and technology / American Chemical Society. - Easton, Pa
Environmental science & technology
Publication
Easton, Pa : 2006
ISSN
0013-936X
Volume/pages
40:8(2006), p. 2727-2733
ISI
000236992700038
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