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Oxidative destruction of chlorinated hydrocarbons on Pt-containing fiber-glass catalysts.

Novel catalysts comprising noble metals (Pt), supported on fiber-glass woven materials demonstrated efficient oxidation of different chlorinated hydrocarbons (chlorobenzene, dichloroethane, dichloropropane, butyl chloride) and industrial mixed chlorinated organic wastes into HCl, [ETH]![ETH]2 and [E... Full description

Journal Title: Chemosphere March 2010, Vol.79(2), pp.199-204
Main Author: Paukshtis, E A
Other Authors: Simonova, L G , Zagoruiko, A N , Balzhinimaev, B S
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title: Oxidative destruction of chlorinated hydrocarbons on Pt-containing fiber-glass catalysts.
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  • Paukshtis, E A
  • Simonova, L G
  • Zagoruiko, A N
  • Balzhinimaev, B S
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  • Filtration–Methods
  • Glass–Chemistry
  • Hydrocarbons, Chlorinated–Chemistry
  • Industrial Waste–Drug Effects
  • Oxidation-Reduction–Chemistry
  • Platinum–Methods
  • Refuse Disposal–Methods
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  • Hydrocarbons, Chlorinated
  • Industrial Waste
  • Fiberglass
  • Platinum
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description: Novel catalysts comprising noble metals (Pt), supported on fiber-glass woven materials demonstrated efficient oxidation of different chlorinated hydrocarbons (chlorobenzene, dichloroethane, dichloropropane, butyl chloride) and industrial mixed chlorinated organic wastes into HCl, [ETH]![ETH]2 and [ETH]2[ETH] at moderate temperatures without formation of highly toxic by-products (dioxins, phosgene, polychlorinated hydrocarbons, elemental chlorine). The highest oxidation activity and selectivity was observed for the platinum catalysts produced from fiber-glass supports with increased acidity and with additional introduction of promoting elements (such as Co, Mn and Cu). Long-term tests (more than 100h) have shown no deactivation of the said catalysts. In combination with competitive catalyst price (due to the extra-low content of Pt - below 0.05% mass) it opens the way for development of highly efficient and feasible technology for utilization and detoxication of various chloro-organic wastes.
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