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CENTRO DE INVESTIGACION Y DESARROLLO EN CIENCIAS APLICADAS "DR. JORGE J. RONCO"
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
artículos
Título:
Thermal decomposition of supported lithium nitrate catalysts
Autor/es:
MARÍA LUCÍA RUIZ; ILEANA D. LICK; MARTA I. PONZI; ENRIQUE RODRIGUEZ CASTELLÓN; ANTONIO JIMENEZ LOPEZ; ESTHER N. PONZI
Revista:
THERMOCHIMICA ACTA
Editorial:
ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV
Referencias:
Lugar: Amsterdam; Año: 2010 vol. 499 p. 21 - 21
ISSN:
0040-6031
Resumen:
New catalysts for soot combustion were prepared by impregnation of different supports (SiO2, ZrO2 and ZrO2·nH2O) with a LiNO3 solution and then characterized by means of FTIR, XPS, TGA and UV–vis spectroscopy, whereby the presence of lithium nitrate in the prepared catalysts was identified and quantified. The soot combustion rate using this series of catalysts (LiNO3/support) was compared with the activity of a series of impregnated catalysts prepared using LiOH (Li2O/supports). Catalysts prepared using LiNO3 of a series of impregnated catalysts prepared using LiOH (Li2O/supports). Catalysts prepared using LiNO3 whereby the presence of lithium nitrate in the prepared catalysts was identified and quantified. The soot combustion rate using this series of catalysts (LiNO3/support) was compared with the activity of a series of impregnated catalysts prepared using LiOH (Li2O/supports). Catalysts prepared using LiNO3 of a series of impregnated catalysts prepared using LiOH (Li2O/supports). Catalysts prepared using LiNO3 2, ZrO2 and ZrO2·nH2O) with a LiNO3 solution and then characterized by means of FTIR, XPS, TGA and UV–vis spectroscopy, whereby the presence of lithium nitrate in the prepared catalysts was identified and quantified. The soot combustion rate using this series of catalysts (LiNO3/support) was compared with the activity of a series of impregnated catalysts prepared using LiOH (Li2O/supports). Catalysts prepared using LiNO3 of a series of impregnated catalysts prepared using LiOH (Li2O/supports). Catalysts prepared using LiNO3 whereby the presence of lithium nitrate in the prepared catalysts was identified and quantified. The soot combustion rate using this series of catalysts (LiNO3/support) was compared with the activity of a series of impregnated catalysts prepared using LiOH (Li2O/supports). Catalysts prepared using LiNO3 of a series of impregnated catalysts prepared using LiOH (Li2O/supports). Catalysts prepared using LiNO3 2·nH2O) with a LiNO3 solution and then characterized by means of FTIR, XPS, TGA and UV–vis spectroscopy, whereby the presence of lithium nitrate in the prepared catalysts was identified and quantified. The soot combustion rate using this series of catalysts (LiNO3/support) was compared with the activity of a series of impregnated catalysts prepared using LiOH (Li2O/supports). Catalysts prepared using LiNO3 of a series of impregnated catalysts prepared using LiOH (Li2O/supports). Catalysts prepared using LiNO3 3/support) was compared with the activity of a series of impregnated catalysts prepared using LiOH (Li2O/supports). Catalysts prepared using LiNO32O/supports). Catalysts prepared using LiNO3 are found to be more active than those prepared using LiOH. The catalytic performance was also studied with a NO/O2 mixture in the feed, demonstrating that NO increases the combustion rate of soot, probably as a consequence of lithium oxide forming an “in situ” nitrate ion. as a consequence of lithium oxide forming an “in situ” nitrate ion. 2 mixture in the feed, demonstrating that NO increases the combustion rate of soot, probably as a consequence of lithium oxide forming an “in situ” nitrate ion.
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