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Reaction of nitrous oxide with cobalt-manganese spinels containing admixed lithium, titanium and copper oxides

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Summary

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    The reaction between nitrous oxide and cobalt-manganese spinels containing admixed lithium, titanium, and copper oxide has been studied.

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    When the decomposition takes place on a spinel of nearly normal structure, the over-all kinetics are found to be first order, whereas zero order is observed on spinels of reverse or strongly distorted structure.

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    N2O decomposition on spinels is retarded by oxygen present in the gas phase and also by oxygen sorbed by, or penetrated into, the spinel in the course of the reaction.

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    It has been established that the activity of spinels varies symbatically with their capacity to chemisorb oxygen.

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    Decomposition of chemisorbed N2O, or regeneration of active centers, will be the rate-determining step in the catalytic decomposition of nitrous oxide.

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Linde, V.R., Margolis, L.Y. & Roginskii, S.Z. Reaction of nitrous oxide with cobalt-manganese spinels containing admixed lithium, titanium and copper oxides. Russ Chem Bull 12, 17–24 (1963). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00846943

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Keywords

  • Oxide
  • Oxygen
  • Copper
  • Titanium
  • Lithium