Benzene oxidation with ozone at low temperature over an MnOx nanoparticle synthesized by spray pyrolysis
- Benzene oxidation with ozone at low temperature over an MnOx nanoparticle synthesized by spray pyrolysis
- J. H. Kim; 정종수; 배귀남; J.K. Jeon; K.Y. Jung; S.C. Kim; J.H. Yim; Y.K. Park
- benzene; catalytic oxidation; citric acid; MnOx; ozone; spray pyrolysis
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- Energy sources. Part A, Recovery, utilization, and environmental effects.
- VOL 36, NO 8, 866-873
- MnOx nanoparticles were synthesized by spray pyrolysis, with and without citric acid assistance. The prepared MnOx particles were calcined between 600 and 1000°C and characterized by Brunauer-Emmett-Teller, X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy, and temperature-programmed reduction. The use of citric acid made it possible to reduce the particle size and increase the surface area of the MnOx particles. The highest surface area and reduction activity were achieved with citric acid. As a result, the MnOx nanoparticles prepared with citric acid and calcined at 600°C showed the highest catalytic activity for the oxidation of benzene using ozone.
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