A combined spectroscopic and catalytic study of the NO reactivity on microporous aluminophosphates, with chabasite-related structure, CoAPO-34, CuAPO-34 and CuAPSO-34, is reported. NO and CO adsorption were monitored by FTIR spectroscopy, and revealed that Co2+/Co3+ and Cu+/Cu2+ redox couples, the sites responsible for the catalytic activity, are present in these catalysts. CoAPO-34 catalysts showed exceptionally high performances in the oxidation of NO to NO2, and poor activity in other DeNO(x) reactions. Copper-based aluminophosphates and silico-aluminophosphates, besides good performances in the NO oxidation to NO2, showed good activity in the N2O decomposition even in the presence of oxygen or water in the feed. The presence of silicon has beneficial effects both on the thermal and hydrothermal stability of the zeolitic structure, as well as on the catalytic performances of the metal-aluminophosphates. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.

Catalytic De-NOX activity of cobalt and copper ions in microporous MeAlPO-34 and MeAPSO-34

PALELLA, BORIS IGOR;
2002

Abstract

A combined spectroscopic and catalytic study of the NO reactivity on microporous aluminophosphates, with chabasite-related structure, CoAPO-34, CuAPO-34 and CuAPSO-34, is reported. NO and CO adsorption were monitored by FTIR spectroscopy, and revealed that Co2+/Co3+ and Cu+/Cu2+ redox couples, the sites responsible for the catalytic activity, are present in these catalysts. CoAPO-34 catalysts showed exceptionally high performances in the oxidation of NO to NO2, and poor activity in other DeNO(x) reactions. Copper-based aluminophosphates and silico-aluminophosphates, besides good performances in the NO oxidation to NO2, showed good activity in the N2O decomposition even in the presence of oxygen or water in the feed. The presence of silicon has beneficial effects both on the thermal and hydrothermal stability of the zeolitic structure, as well as on the catalytic performances of the metal-aluminophosphates. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
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