標題: Aerosol processing of mesoporous silica supported bimetallic catalysts for low temperature acetone oxidation
作者: Wang, Chen Yeh
Bai, Hsunling
環境工程研究所
Institute of Environmental Engineering
關鍵字: VOCs;Mesoporous silica materials;Acetone oxidation;Evaporation induced self assembly method;Cerium oxide catalyst;Aerosol spray
公開日期: 2-Oct-2011
摘要: One step aerosol EISA (evaporation induced self-assembly) process for synthesizing Ce/metal-MSPs (mesoporous silica spherical particles) catalysts was investigated. The catalysts were then applied to the catalytic oxidation of acetone. The TEM images showed that increasing Ce/Al loading resulted in clearer observation of the metal oxide particles on the MSPs surface, but an excessive metal quantity would destroy the mesoporous structure of the MSPs support. Tests on the monometallic Ce-MSPs and bimetallic Ce/Al-, Ce/Mn- and Ce/Cu-MSPs under temperatures of 150-350 degrees C demonstrated that Ce/Al-MSPs had the best acetone removal at low temperature ranges of less than 200 degrees C, and it could have similar to 80% acetone removal at reaction temperature of 150 degrees C, space velocity of 15,000 h(-1) and acetone inlet concentration of 1000 ppmv. The synergetic effect was observed for bimetallic Ce/Al- MSPs on the acetone removal as compared to the monometallic Ce-MSPs or Al-MSPs catalysts. The Al loading amount, BET specific surface area and the CeO(2) particle size played important roles on the low temperature catalytic oxidation of acetone at 150 degrees C. The acetone removal of both Ce-MSPs(25) (the molar ratio of Si/Ce = 25) and Ce/Al- MSPs(50/50) (the molar ratio of Si/Ce = 50 and Si/Al = 50) exhibited good stability at 250 degrees C but decayed gradually at 150 degrees C after 24 h tests. (C) 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cattod.2011.02.025
http://hdl.handle.net/11536/28731
ISSN: 0920-5861
DOI: 10.1016/j.cattod.2011.02.025
期刊: CATALYSIS TODAY
Volume: 174
Issue: 1
起始頁: 70
結束頁: 78
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