Catalytic Behaviours of MCM41 with High Content of Copper in NO+CO Reaction
The influences of space velocity, temperature and copper content in Cu-MCM41 catalysts with high copper content up to 26.1wt.% on the catalytic activity in NO reduction by CO were investigated. Results indicated 1) the prepared materials exhibited excellent activity for NO+CO reaction, 2) the catalytic activities increased with the copper contents and NO can be fully converted to N2 for the catalyst containing 26.1wt.% Cu with the space velocity of 30,000ml•g-1•h-1 at 673K to 823K, 3) catalytic activities of the original catalysts with the temperature were volcano-type curves, however, it increased straightly with temperature over the catalysts after reacting at 723K for 1h, which might be attributed to the different active sites and different catalytic mechanisms of the catalysts at lower and higher temperature, 4) the catalytic activity did not decline after reacting at 723K for 20 h in a reactant gas mixture of 33,000 ppm NO and 66,000 ppm CO.
Zhong Cao, Yinghe He, Lixian Sun and Xueqiang Cao
S. Li et al., "Catalytic Behaviours of MCM41 with High Content of Copper in NO+CO Reaction", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 236-238, pp. 1828-1831, 2011