• catalytic formaldehyde removal by “storage-oxidation” cycling process over supported silver catalysts

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    • تاریخ ارائه: 1392/01/01
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     catalytic removal of indoor hcho was proposed to proceed in a “storage-oxidation” cycling process. two kinds of supported silver catalysts, namely ag/hzsm-5 and ag–mnox–ceo2, were investigated as catalysts for this cycling process. due to the highly dispersed silver clusters formed and its good redox properties, the ag–mnox–ceo2catalyst showed better hcho oxidation properties in both the storage phase (hcho partial oxidation to hcoo at room temperature) and oxidation-regeneration phase (total oxidation of the formates into co2 and h2o at elevated temperatures). the presence of h2o (rh = 50%, 25 °c) was found to enhance the hcho storage capacity for ag–mnox–ceo2 catalyst, while competitive adsorption of hcho with h2o was observed over ag/hz catalyst. the results of drifts indicate that the partial oxidation of hcho into hcoo is accelerated by the presence of h2o over the ag–mnox–ceo2 catalyst. in addition, the catalyst saturated with hcho can be in situ regenerated without production of secondary pollutants and can be used repeatly. it is suggested that this is a promising approach for indoor hcho elimination.

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