Title: Modeling of NOx adsorption-desorption-reduction cycles on a ruthenium loaded Na-Y zeolite
Authors: Labaki, M ×
Issa, May
Smeekens, Sylvia
Heylen, Steven
Kirschhock, Christine
Villani, K
Jeguirim, M
Habermacher, D
Brilhac, J. F
Martens, Johan #
Issue Date: Jun-2010
Publisher: Elsevier
Series Title: Applied Catalysis B, Environmental vol:97 issue:1-2 pages:13-20
Abstract: Adsorption of NO from a gas stream containing oxygen and water and desorption and reduction using a rich gas mixture were investigated in the temperature range 230-315 degrees C on Na-Y zeolite loaded with 3 wt % ruthenium The NOx storage capacity was found little dependent on temperature and water content of the gas. The adsorption-desorption-reduction process was modeled using a one-dimensional fixed-bed model and assuming co-adsorption of NO and NO2 molecules on Na-Y zeolite. ruthenium catalyzed NO into NO2 oxidation by molecular oxygen during adsorption and ruthenium catalyzed NOx reduction by hydrogen during desorption. Kinetic constants were estimated through data fitting An acceptable agreement between experimental and calculated values was obtained NOx adsorption and desorption kinetics on Na-Y zeolite with and without ruthenium were substantially different revealing that I tuthenium besides catalyzing NOx oxidation and reduction had a drastic Influence on the NOx adsorption sues of Na-Y zeolite (C) 2010 Elseviei B V All tights reserved
ISSN: 0926-3373
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Centre for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis
× corresponding author
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