Thermal Ageing Induced Effects on Pd/LaFeO3 for NOx Reduction by Hydrocarbons: Influence of the Preparation Method
The influence of the support synthesis for the preparation of supported Pd/LaFeO3 perovskite based catalysts and the nature of the palladium precursor on the catalytic performances in the selective reduction of NO to N2 by hydrocarbons have been investigated. According to the preparation method, subsequent surface and bulk characterisation revealed significant changes in the degree of dispersion and the chemical environment of oxidic palladium species depending on the extent of interaction with the support. Pd nitrate precursor leads to the stabilisation of the Pd surface concentration. The metal support interactions thus obtained strongly enhance the catalytic performances, particularly the resistance to thermal ageing whereas sol–gel synthesis produces the higher support activity.
KeywordsdeNOx Perovskite Selective catalytic reduction by hydrocarbons HC-SCR Pd/LaFeO3
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