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“…1971; Verhoeven and Delmon, 1966) have shown that small quantities of platinum or palladium can effectively promote the hydrogen reduction of aluminasupported nickel oxide which is otherwise very difficult to reduce (Hill and Selwood, 1948). Figure 3A showed that CU-AI2O3 which is readily reducible (Voge and Atkins, 1962) removes NO at low temperature. This suggests that nickel, when it is rendered reducible by platinum or palladium, resembles copper in the catalytic reduction of nitric oxide.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…1971; Verhoeven and Delmon, 1966) have shown that small quantities of platinum or palladium can effectively promote the hydrogen reduction of aluminasupported nickel oxide which is otherwise very difficult to reduce (Hill and Selwood, 1948). Figure 3A showed that CU-AI2O3 which is readily reducible (Voge and Atkins, 1962) removes NO at low temperature. This suggests that nickel, when it is rendered reducible by platinum or palladium, resembles copper in the catalytic reduction of nitric oxide.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…Initially, there is a phase of accelerating reduction. Such an accelerated the reduction is indicative of an autocatalytic process, 52,53 although a particle size dependence of the reduction process may also contribute to the observed behavior. In this regime, the formation of copper(I) oxide, as a short-lived intermediate, occurs at both pressures.…”
Section: Dynamic Reduction Behavior Of Cza At Different Pressuresmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…Catalyst Composition and Attrition. Based on the findings (Voge and Atkins, 1962) that the state of copper oxide affected its ease of reduction, it was hypothesized that dispersion of the copper phase might influence susceptibility to attrition. Accordingly, extensive studies were made to investigate this parameter.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%