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Potassium-doped sodalite: A tectoaluminosilicate for the catalytic material towards continuous combustion of carbonaceous matters

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Potassium-doped sodalite: A tectoaluminosilicate for the catalytic material towards continuous combustion of carbonaceous matters
Abstract

A novel approach has been proposed for stabilization of potassium in combustion of carbonaceous soot matters emitted from diesel engine vehicles. Sodalite, a clathrate aluminosilicate zeolite, is employed as a support for holding catalytically active potassium species. This approach resulted in a high-catalytic activity and the activity is further enhanced after hydrothermal treatment at 800 °C. Such kinds of tectoaluminosilicate hold potassium strongly and possess high stability against high temperatures and alkaline conditions induced by hydrated potassium ions under practical driving conditions.

Keywords
Sodalite; Tectoaluminosilicate; Zeolite; Potassium; Carbon; Diesel particulate
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Applied Catalysis B: Environmental - Volume 77, Issues 3–4, 10 January 2008, Pages 294–299
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Catalysis
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