A bimetallic catalyst on a dual component support for low temperature total methane oxidation

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    A bimetallic catalyst on a dual component support for low temperature total methane oxidation. / Osman Ahmed, Ahmed; Abu-Dahrieh, Jehad K.; Laffir, Fathima; Curtin, Teresa; Thompson, Jillian M.; Rooney, David W.

    In: Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, Vol. 187, 15.06.2016, p. 408-418.

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    @article{69b6ed7cc877474baa9e621f763f2a70,
    title = "A bimetallic catalyst on a dual component support for low temperature total methane oxidation",
    abstract = "Palladium, platinum bimetallic catalysts supported on η-Al2O3, ZSM-5(23) and ZSM-5(80), with and without the addition of TiO2, were prepared and used for low temperature total methane oxidation (TMO). The catalysts were tested under reaction temperatures of 200-500 °C with a GHSV of 100,000 mL g-1 h-1. It was found that all four components, palladium, platinum, an acidic support and oxygen carrier were needed to achieve a highly active and stable catalyst. The optimum support being 17.5{\%} TiO2 on ZSM-5(80) where the T10{\%} was observed at only 200 °C. On addition of platinum, longer time on stream experiments showed no decrease in the catalyst activity over 50 h at 250 °C.",
    keywords = "Methane oxidation, Palladium, Platinum, Titania, Zeolite",
    author = "{Osman Ahmed}, Ahmed and Abu-Dahrieh, {Jehad K.} and Fathima Laffir and Teresa Curtin and Thompson, {Jillian M.} and Rooney, {David W.}",
    year = "2016",
    month = "6",
    day = "15",
    doi = "10.1016/j.apcatb.2016.01.017",
    language = "English",
    volume = "187",
    pages = "408--418",
    journal = "Applied Catalysis B: Environmental",
    issn = "0926-3373",
    publisher = "Elsevier",

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    AU - Osman Ahmed, Ahmed

    AU - Abu-Dahrieh, Jehad K.

    AU - Laffir, Fathima

    AU - Curtin, Teresa

    AU - Thompson, Jillian M.

    AU - Rooney, David W.

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    N2 - Palladium, platinum bimetallic catalysts supported on η-Al2O3, ZSM-5(23) and ZSM-5(80), with and without the addition of TiO2, were prepared and used for low temperature total methane oxidation (TMO). The catalysts were tested under reaction temperatures of 200-500 °C with a GHSV of 100,000 mL g-1 h-1. It was found that all four components, palladium, platinum, an acidic support and oxygen carrier were needed to achieve a highly active and stable catalyst. The optimum support being 17.5% TiO2 on ZSM-5(80) where the T10% was observed at only 200 °C. On addition of platinum, longer time on stream experiments showed no decrease in the catalyst activity over 50 h at 250 °C.

    AB - Palladium, platinum bimetallic catalysts supported on η-Al2O3, ZSM-5(23) and ZSM-5(80), with and without the addition of TiO2, were prepared and used for low temperature total methane oxidation (TMO). The catalysts were tested under reaction temperatures of 200-500 °C with a GHSV of 100,000 mL g-1 h-1. It was found that all four components, palladium, platinum, an acidic support and oxygen carrier were needed to achieve a highly active and stable catalyst. The optimum support being 17.5% TiO2 on ZSM-5(80) where the T10% was observed at only 200 °C. On addition of platinum, longer time on stream experiments showed no decrease in the catalyst activity over 50 h at 250 °C.

    KW - Methane oxidation

    KW - Palladium

    KW - Platinum

    KW - Titania

    KW - Zeolite

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    JO - Applied Catalysis B: Environmental

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