Studies of the Desorption of Oxygen from Cu-Zeolites During NO Decomposition

J. Valyon, W. K. Hall

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The problem of the desorption of oxygen from transition metal ion base-exchanged zeolites during NO decomposition is considered. The TPD patterns of fully oxidized CuZSM-5-l4-114 and CuY-2.5-75 were determined. Both contained nearly identical peaks from O2 that desorbed at T <450 K and at T > 773 K, but the former zeolite also had two peaks that appeared in the range 572 K <T <723 K which have been associated with that formed during the NO decomposition reaction. The TPD data could be related to binding energies obtained from van′t Hoff plots of dissociation pressures from preparations preevacuated at several different temperatures. The low-temperature form is probably a molecular chemisorption. while those with substantial binding energies desorbing at higher temperatures are atomically bound extralattice oxygens. The exchange of 18O2 with the 16O of the catalyst was studied, as well as the products formed from the decomposition of 15N18O into the elements. The results from these experiments defined an important role for the lattice oxygen in the atom recombination and desorption of O2 from the catalyst.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)520-532
Number of pages13
JournalJournal of Catalysis
Volume143
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 1993

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Studies of the Desorption of Oxygen from Cu-Zeolites During NO Decomposition. / Valyon, J.; Hall, W. K.

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