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Co-Al Mixed Oxides Prepared via LDH Route Using Microwaves or Ultrasound: Application for Catalytic Toluene Total Oxidation

XRD, TEM, H2-TPR, and XPS were all used to investigate the mixed oxides obtained after calcination. In addition, a correlation between the ratio of Co2+ on the surface, the reduceability of the Co2+ alloy on the surface, and the T50 in toluene oxidation was established. These catalysts should be treated with a Mars Van Krevelen device, according to this article.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/catal5020851


Design of Co 3 O 4 @SiO 2 Nanorattles for Catalytic Toluene Combustion Based on Bottom-Up Strategy Involving Spherical Poly(styrene- co -acrylic Acid) Template

The bottom-up synthesis started with the production of spherical poly copolymer cores, which were then laminated with the SiO 2 layer. Impregnation used the PS30@SiO2 composite, as well as hollow SiO 2 spheres with the removed copolymer core, creating the Co 3 O 4 active phase. The introduction of Co 3 O 4 nanoparticles into the empty SiO 2 spheres resulted in their loose distribution, which facilitated the delivery of reagents to active sites and, on the other hand, increased the use of lattice oxygen in the catalytic process. As a result, the catalysts made in this way showed a high degree of combustion of toluene, which significantly outperforms that obtained with a standard silica gel-supported Co 3 O 4 catalysts.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/catal11091097

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