Catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxides with methane in the presence of excess oxygen

@inproceedings{Li1992CatalyticRO,
  title={Catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxides with methane in the presence of excess oxygen},
  author={Yuejin Li and John Nelson Armor},
  year={1992}
}
Abstract We discovered a family of catalysts that can effectively reduce NOx with methane in the presence of excess oxygen. This new catalytic chemistry offers an alternative means for controlling NOx emissions. Complete reduction of nitric oxide was obtained at 400°C over a Co-ZSM-5 catalyst. The presence of oxygen in the feed greatly enhances the nitric oxide reduction activity on Co-ZSM-5, and the nitric oxide conversion is strongly related to the inlet methane level. On the other hand, Cu… CONTINUE READING