Cu-Mg-Fe-O-(Ce) Complex Oxides as Catalysts of Selective Catalytic Oxidation of Ammonia to Dinitrogen (NH3-SCO)

@article{Grecka2020CuMgFeOCeCO,
  title={Cu-Mg-Fe-O-(Ce) Complex Oxides as Catalysts of Selective Catalytic Oxidation of Ammonia to Dinitrogen (NH3-SCO)},
  author={Sylwia G{\'o}recka and Kateřina Pacultov{\'a} and Kamil G{\'o}recki and Aneta Sm{\'y}kalov{\'a} and Katarzyna Pamin and Lucie Obalov{\'a}},
  journal={Catalysts},
  year={2020},
  volume={10},
  pages={153}
}
Multicomponent oxide systems 800-Cu-Mg-Fe-O and 800-Cu-Mg-Fe-O-Ce were tested as catalysts of selective catalytic oxidation of ammonia to dinitrogen (NH3-SCO) process. Materials were obtained by calcination of hydrotalcite-like compounds at temperature 800 ◦C. Some catalysts were doped with cerium by the wet impregnation method. Not only simple oxides, but also complex spinel-like phases were formed during calcination. The influence of chemical composition, especially the occurrence of spinel… Expand
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