Catalytic Combustion of Benzene Over Copper Oxide Supported on SBA-15 Using Chelating Method
The catalytic combustion of benzene over copper oxide supported on SBA-15 was investigated. The catalysts were prepared by the using chelating method and characterized. It is clear that the loading of CuO on the silica matrix drastically decreases the surface area and pore volume of the catalysts, as would be expected for the incorporation of CuO. The catalytic activity increased with an increase of CuO loading ratio. When CuO loading reached 5.8 wt%, the total conversion temperature was lowered to 350 °C.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: February 1, 2011
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