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Preparation of Fe-substituted hexaaluminate and its catalytic performance for methane combustion

Preparation of Fe-substituted hexaaluminate and its catalytic performance for methane combustion
Preparation of Fe-substituted hexaaluminate and its catalytic performance for methane combustion
Fe-substituted hexaaluminate (BaFexAl12-xO19-delta) was prepared with co-precipitation method followed by hydrothermal treatment. The XRD and SEM results indicated that no hexaaluminate phase was formed when calcined below 1000 degreesC, and hexaaluminate was the dominant phase when calcined above 1100 degreesC. Moreover, the UV-Vis-DR result verified that Fe occupied the Oh sites in Fe-hexaaluminate structure. With the increase of Fe content (xless than or equal to3), the activity of hexaaluminate for methane combustion was raised. The most active catalyst was BaFe3Al9O19-delta, the light-off temperature of which was 515 degreesC. Compared with BaFeAl11O19-delta, the high-temperature activity of Ba0.5La0.5FeAl11O19-delta increased greatly, no obvious promotion for methane ignition activity was observed. The reactant atmosphere had impact on methane ignition activity, but slight influence on high-temperature activity due to the transport limitation. Stability experiment was carried out at 800 degreesC for 100 h, and no deactivation was detected.
methane, catalytic combustion, iron substitution, hexaaluminate, lanthanum doping, hydrothermal synthesis
485-489
Jiang, Zheng
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Li, J.J.
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Jiang, Zheng
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Hou, H.X.
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Jiang, Zheng, Li, J.J., Hao, Z.P., Hou, H.X., Xu, X.Y. and Hu, C. (2004) Preparation of Fe-substituted hexaaluminate and its catalytic performance for methane combustion. Chinese Journal of Catalysis, 25 (6), 485-489.

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Fe-substituted hexaaluminate (BaFexAl12-xO19-delta) was prepared with co-precipitation method followed by hydrothermal treatment. The XRD and SEM results indicated that no hexaaluminate phase was formed when calcined below 1000 degreesC, and hexaaluminate was the dominant phase when calcined above 1100 degreesC. Moreover, the UV-Vis-DR result verified that Fe occupied the Oh sites in Fe-hexaaluminate structure. With the increase of Fe content (xless than or equal to3), the activity of hexaaluminate for methane combustion was raised. The most active catalyst was BaFe3Al9O19-delta, the light-off temperature of which was 515 degreesC. Compared with BaFeAl11O19-delta, the high-temperature activity of Ba0.5La0.5FeAl11O19-delta increased greatly, no obvious promotion for methane ignition activity was observed. The reactant atmosphere had impact on methane ignition activity, but slight influence on high-temperature activity due to the transport limitation. Stability experiment was carried out at 800 degreesC for 100 h, and no deactivation was detected.

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Published date: June 2004
Keywords: methane, catalytic combustion, iron substitution, hexaaluminate, lanthanum doping, hydrothermal synthesis
Organisations: Faculty of Engineering and the Environment

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Local EPrints ID: 352784
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/352784
PURE UUID: ffa98545-5066-49af-af50-a595e89df1ff
ORCID for Zheng Jiang: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-7972-6175

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Date deposited: 17 Jun 2013 15:15
Last modified: 05 Nov 2019 01:37

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Author: Zheng Jiang ORCID iD
Author: J.J. Li
Author: Z.P. Hao
Author: H.X. Hou
Author: X.Y. Xu
Author: C. Hu

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