Development of RuO2/Rutile-TiO2 Catalyst for Industrial HCl Oxidation Process

  title={Development of RuO2/Rutile-TiO2 Catalyst for Industrial HCl Oxidation Process},
  author={Kohei Seki},
  journal={Catalysis Surveys from Asia},
  • K. Seki
  • Published 29 May 2010
  • Chemistry, Materials Science
  • Catalysis Surveys from Asia
Sumitomo Chemical has developed a low energy consuming and green process for the catalytic oxidation of HCl to Cl2, especially when compared with the electrolysis process. The RuO2/rutile-TiO2 catalyst has high catalytic activity and thermal stability due to ultra-fine RuO2 crystallites that cover the surface of the TiO2 primary particles with strong interaction. In addition, the silica modified RuO2/rutile-TiO2 catalyst shows higher thermal stability by preventing the RuO2 sintering due to… 

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