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Characterization by Mössbauer spectroscopy of trimetallic Pd–Sn–Au/Al2O3 and Pd–Sn–Au/SiO2 catalysts for denitration of drinking water

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Characterization by Mössbauer spectroscopy of trimetallic Pd–Sn–Au/Al2O3 and Pd–Sn–Au/SiO2 catalysts for denitration of drinking water
Abstract

The reduction of nitrate using a catalytic process is one of the most interesting ways to solve the problem of drinking water pollution by this compound. The key parameter of this technique is the selectivity toward nitrogen formation. Palladium/tin-based bimetallic catalysts are well suited for this purpose, but the selectivity of these catalysts is not high enough for a direct application of this process. In the present study, alumina- and silica-supported catalysts were prepared by successive deposition of tin and gold onto palladium particles by using controlled surface reaction. The characterization of trimetallic Pd–Sn–Au catalyst evidenced that trimetallic catalysts supported on silica present a palladium/tin/gold phase. The catalytic test showed that this type of catalyst is very active and selective in nitrate and nitrite reduction. Moreover, the addition of gold improves the stability and the selectivity toward nitrogen formation of the catalyst compared to the parent Pd–Sn catalyst.

Keywords
Pd–Sn–Au catalysts; Catalytic reduction in water; Trimetallic catalyst; Gold; Support effect; Nitrate reduction
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Applied Catalysis B: Environmental - Volume 65, Issues 3–4, 6 June 2006, Pages 240–248
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Catalysis
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