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Catalytic oxidation desulfurization of gasoline liquefied petroleum gas is a primary process for the production of petroleum hydrocarbons. Using microfluidics, the kinetics and mechanism of sodium ethyl mercaptide catalytic oxidation were investigated herein. As such, a heterogeneous reaction kinetic model was suggested. The kinetic parameters close to intrinsic kinetics and the appropriate kinetic rate expression were obtained.
For enhanced catalytic formaldehyde oxidation, chemical synthesis of noble metal/transition metal bimetallic catalysts is considered as a viable means to establish synergistic interaction between adsorbed oxygen and hydroxyl. The results also showed that Pt sites promote more surface adsorbed oxygen by inciting ambient oxygen molecules, while neighboring Ni atoms contribute to adsorbed hydroxyl, thereby providing sustainable environmental use. A promising candidate for air purification may be PtNi/u03b3Al2O3 catalysts for formaldehyde oxidation, with high availability and stability.
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