Publication (UFCH JH): High temperature performance and stability of Fe-FER catalyst for N2O decomposition
The scope of the study was to identify the performance and long-term stability of Fe-FER for N2O decomposition under conditions relevant for use as a secondary-level catalyst for N2O decomposition in the production of HNO3, i.e., in a complex gas phase mixture produced by NH3 oxidation and at temperatures between 750 and 850 °C. The 12 days aging did not induce the collapse of FER structure and Fe(II) cations relevant for N2O decomposition are present. Thus, Fe-FER is a potential candidate for HT N2O decomposition under realistic conditions.
G. Sádovská, E. Tabor, P. Sazama, M. Lhotka, M. Bernauer, Z. Sobalík, „High temperature performance and stability of Fe-FER catalyst for N2O decomposition“, Catalysis Communications 89 (2017) 133–137. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catcom.2016.10.029.