Effect of preparation conditions on the formation of the active phase of carbon fiber catalytic systems for the low-temperature oxidation of carbon monoxide

V.Z. Radkevich, K. Wilson, S.G. Khaminets, T.L. Sen'ko

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We studied the effects of the composition of impregnating solution and heat treatment conditions on the activity of catalytic systems for the low-temperature oxidation of CO obtained by the impregnation of Busofit carbon-fiber cloth with aqueous solutions of palladium, copper, and iron salts. The formation of an active phase in the synthesized catalysts at different stages of their preparation was examined with the use of differential thermal and thermogravimetric analyses, X-ray diffraction analysis, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, and elemental spectral analysis. The catalytic system prepared by the impregnation of electrochemically treated Busofit with the solutions of PdCl, FeCl, CuBr, and Cu(NO ) and activated under optimum conditions ensured 100% CO conversion under a respiratory regime at both low (0.03%) and high (0.5%) carbon monoxide contents of air. It was found that the activation of a catalytic system at elevated temperatures (170-180°C) leads to the conversion of Pd(II) into Pd(I), which was predominantly localized in a near-surface layer. The promoting action of copper nitrate consists in the formation of a crystalline phase of the rhombic atacamite CuCl(OH). The catalyst surface is finally formed under the conditions of a catalytic reaction, when a joint Pd(I)-Cu(I) active site is formed.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)252-267
Number of pages16
JournalKinetics and catalysis
Volume55
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 13 Apr 2014

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Carbon Fiber
Carbon monoxide
Oxidation
Carbon fibers
Preparation
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Impregnation
Copper
Palladium
Catalysts
X-ray Spectroscopy
Heat Treatment
Nitrate
Spectral Analysis
X-ray Diffraction
Salt
Nitrates
Iron
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