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N2O Decomposition Characteristics and Efficiency Enhancement of Rh/CeO2 Catalyst

Rh/CeO2 촉매의 N2O 분해반응 특성 및 효율증진 연구

  • Received : 2018.04.09
  • Accepted : 2018.06.08
  • Published : 2018.10.10

Abstract

In this work, the $N_2O$ decomposition catalyst and reaction characteristics to control the $N_2O$ removal were described. Experiments were carried out by using Rh as an active metal catalyst on various supports and the $Rh/CeO_2$ catalyst with $CeO_2$ support showed the best activity for the $N_2O$ decomposition when it was prepared under the constant heat treatment condition ($500^{\circ}C$-4 hr). $H_2-TPR$ and XPS analyzes were performed to confirm the effect of the physical and chemical properties of the catalyst on $N_2O$ decomposition. As a result, it was found that the increase of the oxygen transfer capacity of the catalyst due to the increase of both the redox property and $Ce^{3+}$ amount affected the decomposition reaction of $N_2O$. In addition, the future work will include a treatment process capable of decomposition $N_2O$ and NO under the condition that $N_2O$ and NO are simultaneously generated and its characteristics of $N_2O$ decomposition reaction.

Keywords

NO;$N_2O$;decomposition catalyst;$Rh/CeO_2$;XPS

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Acknowledgement

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