High surface area silicon carbide from rice husk: A support material for catalysts

@article{Singh1995HighSA,
  title={High surface area silicon carbide from rice husk: A support material for catalysts},
  author={S. K. Singh and Kulamani Parida and B. C. Mohanty and S. B. Rao},
  journal={Reaction Kinetics and Catalysis Letters},
  year={1995},
  volume={54},
  pages={29-34}
}
Ultrafine β-SiC with high surface area (150 m2 g−1) has been synthesized by inflight processing of charred rice husk in a r.f. plasma reactor operating at atmospheric pressure. The plasma-synthesized particles were doped with platinum (1%) and tested as a catalytic support material. The catalyst (1% Pt doped β-SiC) showed 100% conversion of CO to CO2 at a temperature as low as 175°C. 
Nanoporous silicon carbide as nickel support for the carbon dioxide reforming of methane
Fumed silica is used as a template in the nanocasting approach towards nanoporous silicon carbide, and it can then be applied as a catalyst support. By varying the pyrolysis temperature between 1000
Nanoporous and highly active silicon carbide supported CeO₂-catalysts for the methane oxidation reaction.
TLDR
The synthesis scheme using core-shell particles is suited to functionalize silicon carbide with a high degree of stabilization of the active nanoparticles against sintering in the core of the template even at pyrolysis temperatures of 1300 °C rendering the novel synthesis principle as an attractive approach for a wide range of catalytic reactions.
Synthesis of SiC from rice husk in a plasma reactor
A new route for production of SiC from rice husk is reported by employing thermal plasma technique. The formation of β-SiC is observed in a short time of 5 min. The samples are characterized by XRD
Waste materials – catalytic opportunities: an overview of the application of large scale waste materials as resources for catalytic applications
In this overview, we present examples of the use of high volume waste materials in catalysis or for catalyst synthesis. Waste materials derived from both industrial and biological sources have
Dealumination Techniques for Zeolites
The framework Si/Al atomic ratio of zeolites is an important parameter that exerts a strong influence on properties such as maximum ion-exchange capacity, thermal and hydrothermal stability,
Polymer-derived nanoporous silicon carbide with monodisperse spherical pores
The synthesis of polymer-derived nanoporous silicon carbide with monodisperse spherical pores is described. An incipient wetness method was used to fill the interparticle voids of
...
...

References

SHOWING 1-4 OF 4 REFERENCES
Formation and Structure of Silicon Carbide Whiskers from Rice Hulls
A study of the distribution of Si in rice hulls was carried out to aid in understanding the observed formation of SIC whiskers by the thermal decomposition and reaction of these natural materials.