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Enhancement of nitric oxide removal by ammonia on a low-rank coal based carbon by sulphuric acid treatment

AuthorsIzquierdo Pantoja, María Teresa ; Rubio Villa, Begoña ; Martínez de Yuso, Alicia; Ballestero Fernández, Diego
low rank coal
surface chemistry
Issue Date2011
CitationFuel Processing Technology 92(7): 1362-1367 (2011)
AbstractThis work presents a study of the effect of wet sulphuric acid treatment and gas-phase treatment with SO2 + O2 + H2O on the catalytic activity of a low-rank coal-based carbon for the nitric oxide reduction with ammonia. Carbons were characterized by N2 adsorption, TPD, and FTIR in order to assess how the surface chemistry and the texture of carbons change after the treatments. A great amount of oxygenated functional groups both CO2 and CO evolving ones are produced by liquid-phase sulphuric acid treatment. However, the amount of those groups after gas-phase treatment with SO2 + O2 + H2O is lower, in particular the CO2 evolving groups. The catalytic activity of carbons was examined in a fixed bed reactor at 150 °C in a gas flow containing NO, O2, N2 and NH3, the effluent concentration being monitored continuously during the reaction. The obtained results indicate that an appropriate balance between the type of oxygen functional groups and surface area available to the reactant gas are required to reach high levels of NO conversion
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fuproc.2011.02.018
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