The Ammonia Selective Catalytic Reduction Activity of Copper-Exchanged Small-Pore Zeolites
Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Catalysis and Reaction Engineering
The NH3-SCR activity of the small-pore zeolites, Cu-SSZ-13, Cu-SSZ-16, and Cu-SAPO-34, is investigated using a high-throughput reactor system. These copper exchanged small-pore zeolites have high SCR activity between 150 and 500 °C and are shown to be much more hydrothermally stable than the medium-pore zeolite, Cu-ZSM-5. The degree of copper exchange, the dimensionality of the framework, and heteroatom framework substitution all impact the SCR activity and hydrothermal stability of the materials. Of the small-pore zeolites tested, Cu-SSZ-13 and Cu-SAPO-34 display superior SCR performance, both before and after high-temperature hydrothermal treatment.
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Published in Applied Catalysis B, Volume 102, Issue 3-4, 2011, pages 441-448.
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Fickel, W.D., D'Addio, E., Lauterbach, A.J., Lobo, F.R. (2011). The ammonia selective catalytic reduction activity of copper-exchanged small-pore zeolites. Applied Catalysis B, 102(3-4), 441-448.