The reduction of dissolved oxygen by hydrazine over platinum catalyst supported on disordered mesoporous materials
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Catalytic reduction of dissolved oxygen by hydrazine at room temperature was investigated on Pt catalysts supported on KTT-1 mesoporous material and Y and ZSM-5 zeolites. Pt catalyst supported on A1KIT-1 mesoporous material exhibited high performance ascribed to the high dispersion of Pt and the large diameter lowering diffusion restriction.
Key wordsKIT-1 Mesoporous Material Zeolite Platinum Dissolved Oxygen
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