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Thermally stable ceria–zirconia catalysts for soot oxidation by O2

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Title
Thermally stable ceria–zirconia catalysts for soot oxidation by O2
Abstract

Ce–Zr mixed oxides calcined at 1000 °C are more active catalysts for soot oxidation than pure CeO2 calcined at the same temperature, both in loose and tight contact between soot and catalyst. 1000 °C sinterised-CeO2 presents a very low surface area (2 m2/g), a large crystal size (110 nm) and a lack of surface redox properties. Ce–Zr mixed oxides present higher BET surface areas (typically 17–19 m2/g), smaller crystal sizes and enhanced redox properties. The Zr molar fraction does not affect appreciably the catalytic activity of Ce–Zr mixed oxides in the range studied (Zr molar fraction from 0.11 to 0.51).

Keywords
Catalysed soot oxidation; Ceria; Zirconia; Ce–Zr mixed oxides; Diesel pollution control
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Catalysis Communications - Volume 9, Issue 2, February 2008, Pages 250–255
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Catalysis
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