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Title: Mechanism study of the promotional effect of O2 on low-temperature SCR reaction on Fe-Mn/TiO2 by DRIFT
Authors: Jiang, B
Li, Z
Lee, SC 
Keywords: Active oxygen
H abstraction
New Brønsted acid sites
NH4+ formation
NO removal
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Elsevier
Source: Chemical engineering journal, 2013, v. 225, p. 52-58 How to cite?
Journal: Chemical engineering journal 
Abstract: In this manuscript, the low-temperature SCR catalyst Fe-Mn/TiO2 was prepared by sol-gel method, and in situ diffuse reflectance infrared Fourier transform spectroscopy (DRIFT) was used for revealing the mechanism of the promotional effect of O2 on low-temperature SCR reaction on Fe-Mn/TiO2. The experiments showed that surface OH species were consumed during NO adsorption, indicating that O2 could promote the dehydration reaction of the manganese oxides to produce active oxygen, and greatly enhance the amount of NO complexes on the catalyst. NO removal was influenced by O2 through two reaction ways. In the first reaction way, with the active oxygen obtained, coordinated NH3 was easier to be activated. Active oxygen could abstract H from coordinated NH3, giving amide species to react with NO. In the second reaction way, with the active oxygen, much more bidentate nitrate could be formed from nitrosyl, and transformed to monodentate nitrate, producing new Brønsted acid sites to form NH4+. With more NO2 obtained from the decomposition of monodentate nitrate in the presence of O2, NO could be removed effectively by the reaction between NH4+ and NO2.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/13026
ISSN: 1385-8947
DOI: 10.1016/j.cej.2013.03.022
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