Selective Suppression of Undesirable Competitive Oxidation during Selective Catalytic Reduction of Nitrogen Monoxide by Ethene in Excess Oxygen over Metal-Loaded Aluminas
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Calcining cobalt or nickel-loaded alumina at high temperatures suppressed selectively the undesirable oxidation of ethene by oxygen in the selective reduction of nitrogen monoxide by ethene in excess oxygen, while such an effect was not observed over iron-loaded alumina. The reasons were also explained on the basis of the results of XPS studies.
- Chemistry Letters
Chemistry Letters 1997(9), 889-890, 1997-09
The Chemical Society of Japan