Promoting effect of H2O over macroporous Ce-Zr catalysts in soot oxidation

Chung Sun Park, Min Woo Lee, Jae Hwan Lee, Eun Jin Jeong, Seong Ho Lee, Jin Woo Choung, Chang Hwan Kim, Hyung Chul Ham, Kwan Young Lee

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Abstract

Gasoline particulate filters (GPFs) contain small amounts of O2 and excess H2O; however, the effect of H2O on soot oxidation has not been thoroughly explored to date. Thus, it is necessary to understand the effect of H2O on soot oxidation to improve the catalytic performance in GPFs. This study investigates the role of H2O in soot oxidation on macroporous Ce-Zr mixed oxide catalysts (M-CeZr). The results revealed an improvement in the catalytic activity of soot oxidation in the presence of H2O over that afforded under oxygen-only conditions. Since the mechanism of soot oxidation under dry conditions involves the conversion of gaseous oxygen to active oxygen (Ox ) species on the oxygen vacancies of the catalyst, Ox and oxygen vacancy are critical factors that affect the catalytic performance in the absence of H2O. Notably, when H2O was introduced into the reaction, it was predominantly used as an oxidant rather than gaseous oxygen. Further, the dissociation of H2O into active oxygen over the catalyst surface was not related to the number of oxygen vacancies. Therefore, even when the catalyst comprised few oxygen vacancies, its activity improved under wet conditions. In addition, although the catalysts were damaged by high temperatures, the catalytic performance was maintained in the presence of H2O, unless the morphology of the catalysts collapsed.

Original languageEnglish
Article number110416
JournalMolecular Catalysis
Volume474
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019 Sep 1

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soot
Oxygen vacancies
catalysts
Oxidation
oxidation
Catalysts
Oxygen
oxygen
Gasoline
Reactive Oxygen Species
fluid filters
gasoline
Oxidants
Oxides
Catalyst activity
mixed oxides
catalytic activity
dissociation

Keywords

  • DFT study
  • Gasoline particulate filters
  • Macroporous CeZrO
  • Soot oxidation
  • Water promoting effect

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Catalysis
  • Process Chemistry and Technology
  • Physical and Theoretical Chemistry

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Sun Park, C., Lee, M. W., Lee, J. H., Jeong, E. J., Lee, S. H., Choung, J. W., ... Lee, K. Y. (2019). Promoting effect of H2O over macroporous Ce-Zr catalysts in soot oxidation. Molecular Catalysis, 474, [110416]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mcat.2019.110416

Promoting effect of H2O over macroporous Ce-Zr catalysts in soot oxidation. / Sun Park, Chung; Lee, Min Woo; Lee, Jae Hwan; Jeong, Eun Jin; Lee, Seong Ho; Choung, Jin Woo; Kim, Chang Hwan; Ham, Hyung Chul; Lee, Kwan Young.

In: Molecular Catalysis, Vol. 474, 110416, 01.09.2019.

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Sun Park, C, Lee, MW, Lee, JH, Jeong, EJ, Lee, SH, Choung, JW, Kim, CH, Ham, HC & Lee, KY 2019, 'Promoting effect of H2O over macroporous Ce-Zr catalysts in soot oxidation', Molecular Catalysis, vol. 474, 110416. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mcat.2019.110416
Sun Park C, Lee MW, Lee JH, Jeong EJ, Lee SH, Choung JW et al. Promoting effect of H2O over macroporous Ce-Zr catalysts in soot oxidation. Molecular Catalysis. 2019 Sep 1;474. 110416. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mcat.2019.110416
Sun Park, Chung ; Lee, Min Woo ; Lee, Jae Hwan ; Jeong, Eun Jin ; Lee, Seong Ho ; Choung, Jin Woo ; Kim, Chang Hwan ; Ham, Hyung Chul ; Lee, Kwan Young. / Promoting effect of H2O over macroporous Ce-Zr catalysts in soot oxidation. In: Molecular Catalysis. 2019 ; Vol. 474.
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