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Microwave-assisted desulfurization of NOx storage-reduction catalyst

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Title
Microwave-assisted desulfurization of NOx storage-reduction catalyst
Abstract

The activity of NOx storage-reduction (NSR) catalysts is greatly reduced by sulfur poisoning, caused by the SO2 present in the exhaust stream. Desorption of sulfur species from poisoned NSR catalysts occurs at temperatures in excess of 600 °C using reducing atmospheres and conventional heating. In this work, microwave (MW) heating has been used to promote desulfurization of poisoned NSR catalysts. The experiments were carried out by heating the catalyst with MW radiation and using hydrogen as the reducing gas. Desorption of H2S at 200 °C was observed. Desorption at even lower temperatures (150 °C) was observed when water was introduced to the system. In the presence of water, sulfur species desorbed as both H2S and SO2. An overall reduction of sulfur species of about 60% was obtained. The use of MW heating proves to be an efficient way to achieve regeneration of poisoned NSR catalysts.

Keywords
Microwave; Desulfurization; NSR catalyst
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Applied Catalysis B: Environmental - Volume 69, Issues 3–4, 15 January 2007, Pages 235–239
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Catalysis
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