Preparation of Mn-Based Selective Catalytic Reduction Catalysts by Three Methods and Optimization of Process ConditionsReport as inadecuate




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Mn-based catalysts enable high NOx conversion in the selective catalytic reduction of NOx with NH3. Three catalyst-production methods, namely, co-precipitation, impregnation, and sol-gel, were used in this study to determine the optimum method and parameters. The maximum catalytic activity was found for the catalyst prepared by sol-gel with a 0.5 Mn-Ti ratio. The denitrification efficiency using this catalyst was >90%, which was higher than those of catalysts prepared by the two other methods. The critical temperature of catalytic activity was 353 K. The optimum manganese acetate concentration and weathering time were 0.10 mol and 24 h, respectively. The gas hourly space velocity and O2 concentration were determined to be 12000 h-1 and 3%, respectively.



Author: Yi Xing , Chen Hong, Bei Cheng, Kun Zhang

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