A STUDY ON PRODUCTION OF OXIDANT BY DECOMPOSITION OF H2O2 ON MN BASED CATALYST AND NO OXIDATION
In this study, NO oxidation process was studied to increase the NO treatment efficiency of pollutant present in exhaust gas. H2O2 catalytic cracking was introduced as a method of producing dry oxidizing agents with strong oxidizing power. The K-Mn/Fe2O3 heterogeneous catalysts applicable to the H2O2 decomposition process were prepared and their physicochemical properties were investigated. The prepared dry oxidant was applied to the NO oxidation process to treat the simulated exhaust gas containing NO, NO conversion rates close to 100% were confirmed at various flow rates (5, 10, 20 L/min) of the simulated flue gas.
JUNG HEE JANG, WOO JIN SHIN AND GI BO HAN