The catalytic chemistry of HCN+NO2 over na- and Ba-Y,FAU: An in situ FTIR and TPD/TPR study
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- The catalytic chemistry of HCN+NO2 over na- and Ba-Y,FAU: An in situ FTIR and TPD/TPR study
- Szanyi, János; Kwak, Jahun; Peden, Charles H. F.
- NOX REDUCTION; HYDROGEN-CYANIDE; CU/ZSM-5 CATALYSTS; FAU ZEOLITES; ADSORPTION; HYDROCARBONS
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- AMER CHEMICAL SOC
- JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B, v.109, no.4, pp.1481 - 1490
- The adsorption of HCN and the reaction of HCN with NO2 over Na-, and Ba-Y,FAU zeolite catalysts were investigated using in situ FTIR and TPD/TPR spectroscopies. Both catalysts adsorb HCN molecularly at room temperature, and the strength of adsorption is higher over Ba-Y than Na-Y. Over Na-Y, the reaction between HCN and NO, is slow at 473 K. On Ba-Y, HCN reacts readily with NO2 at 473K, forming N-2, CO, CO2, HNCO, NO, N2O, and C2N2. The results of this investigation suggest that initial step in the HCN + NO2 reaction over these catalysts is the hydrogen abstraction from HCN, and the formation of ionic CN- and NC- species. The formation of N2 can proceed directly from these ionic species upon their interaction with NO+. Alternatively, these cyanide species can be oxidized to isocyanates which then can be further transformed to N-2, N2O and COx in their Subsequent reaction with NOx
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