The influence of the operating conditions in ammonia burner on the effectiveness of the catalyst for a nitrous oxide decomposition

Ecology and sustainable development. Environmental protection
Proceedings of the 2nd International Scientific Conference «Chemical Technology and Engineering»: June 24–28, 2019, Lviv: Lviv Polytechnic National University, 2018, pp. 327–329

Authors

First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
Marek Inger Ph.D. marek.inger [at] ins.pulawy.pl New Chemical Syntheses Institute
Puławy, Poland
Monika Ruszak Ph.D. monika.ruszak [at] ins.pulawy.pl New Chemical Syntheses Institute
Puławy, Poland
Jakub Rajewski Ph.D. jakub.rajewski [at] ins.pulawy.pl New Chemical Syntheses Institute
Puławy, Poland
Wiesław Próchniak Ph.D. wieslaw.prochniak [at] ins.pulawy.pl New Chemical Syntheses Institute
Puławy, Poland
Marcin Wilk Ph.D. marcin.wilk [at] ins.pulawy.pl New Chemical Syntheses Institute
Puławy, Poland

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Abstract

The influence of the ammonia burner operating conditions on PKR-2 catalyst efficiency and structure was investigated. It was found, that the catalyst retains its initial activity even after 13 months of  work at 890°C. Only its local overheating can lead to a decrease of its activity or deactivation

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