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CeO2 based catalysts for the treatment of propylene in motorcycle's exhaust gases

(2014) MATERIALS. 7(11). p.7379-7397
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In this work, the catalytic activities of several single metallic oxides were studied for the treatment of propylene, a component in motorcycles' exhaust gases, under oxygen deficient conditions. Amongst them, CeO2 is one of the materials that exhibit the highest activity for the oxidation of C3H6. Therefore, several mixtures of CeO2 with other oxides (SnO2, ZrO2, Co3O4) were tested to investigate the changes in catalytic activity (both propylene conversion and CO2 selectivity). Ce0.9Zr0.1O2, Ce0.8Zr0.2O2 solid solutions and the mixtures of CeO2 and Co3O4 was shown to exhibit the highest propylene conversion and CO2 selectivity. They also exhibited good activities when tested under oxygen sufficient and excess conditions and with the presence of co-existing gases (CO, H2O).
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zirconia, ceria, tin oxide, cobalt oxide, oxidation, propylene, oxides, exhaust gases, OXYGEN-STORAGE PROPERTIES, TOTAL OXIDATION, CO OXIDATION, COBALT OXIDE, HYDROCARBONS, PERFORMANCE, DEPOSITION, STABILITY, PRECURSOR, SUPPORT

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Pham, Phuong Thi Mai et al. “CeO2 Based Catalysts for the Treatment of Propylene in Motorcycle’s Exhaust Gases.” MATERIALS 7.11 (2014): 7379–7397. Print.
APA
Pham, P. T. M., Minh, T. L., Nguyen, T. T., & Van Driessche, I. (2014). CeO2 based catalysts for the treatment of propylene in motorcycle’s exhaust gases. MATERIALS, 7(11), 7379–7397.
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Pham, Phuong Thi Mai, Thang Le Minh, Tien The Nguyen, and Isabel Van Driessche. 2014. “CeO2 Based Catalysts for the Treatment of Propylene in Motorcycle’s Exhaust Gases.” Materials 7 (11): 7379–7397.
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Pham, Phuong Thi Mai, Thang Le Minh, Tien The Nguyen, and Isabel Van Driessche. 2014. “CeO2 Based Catalysts for the Treatment of Propylene in Motorcycle’s Exhaust Gases.” Materials 7 (11): 7379–7397.
Vancouver
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Pham PTM, Minh TL, Nguyen TT, Van Driessche I. CeO2 based catalysts for the treatment of propylene in motorcycle’s exhaust gases. MATERIALS. 2014;7(11):7379–97.
IEEE
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P. T. M. Pham, T. L. Minh, T. T. Nguyen, and I. Van Driessche, “CeO2 based catalysts for the treatment of propylene in motorcycle’s exhaust gases,” MATERIALS, vol. 7, no. 11, pp. 7379–7397, 2014.
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  abstract     = {In this work, the catalytic activities of several single metallic oxides were studied for the treatment of propylene, a component in motorcycles' exhaust gases, under oxygen deficient conditions. Amongst them, CeO2 is one of the materials that exhibit the highest activity for the oxidation of C3H6. Therefore, several mixtures of CeO2 with other oxides (SnO2, ZrO2, Co3O4) were tested to investigate the changes in catalytic activity (both propylene conversion and CO2 selectivity). Ce0.9Zr0.1O2, Ce0.8Zr0.2O2 solid solutions and the mixtures of CeO2 and Co3O4 was shown to exhibit the highest propylene conversion and CO2 selectivity. They also exhibited good activities when tested under oxygen sufficient and excess conditions and with the presence of co-existing gases (CO, H2O).},
  author       = {Pham, Phuong Thi Mai and Minh, Thang Le and Nguyen, Tien The and Van Driessche, Isabel},
  issn         = {1996-1944},
  journal      = {MATERIALS},
  keywords     = {zirconia,ceria,tin oxide,cobalt oxide,oxidation,propylene,oxides,exhaust gases,OXYGEN-STORAGE PROPERTIES,TOTAL OXIDATION,CO OXIDATION,COBALT OXIDE,HYDROCARBONS,PERFORMANCE,DEPOSITION,STABILITY,PRECURSOR,SUPPORT},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {11},
  pages        = {7379--7397},
  title        = {CeO2 based catalysts for the treatment of propylene in motorcycle's exhaust gases},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/ma7117379},
  volume       = {7},
  year         = {2014},
}

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