The application of modified layered double hydroxides in selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxides by ammonia (NH3-SCR)

Agnieszka Szymaszek 1 , Monika Motak 1  and Bogdan Samojeden 1
  • 1 AGH University of Science and Technology, 30-059, Kraków, Poland

Abstract

Selective catalytic reduction with ammonia (NH3-SCR) is very efficient DeNOx technique. According to some problems with the commercial catalyst, novel one should be prepared. Hydrotalcites are potential precursors of the new catalysts of NH3-SCR. In this paper, several attempts to apply these materials in NH3-SCR are presented.

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