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High-temperature volatility of oxides used as catalysts of ammonia oxidation

High-temperature volatility of oxides used as catalysts of ammonia oxidation

Journal of Applied Chemistry of the USSR 55(7, Part 1): 1368-1371

In the development of oxide catalysts for oxidation of ammonia by oxygen it is necessary to take into account not only the activity and stability of the catalyst in use, but also its volatility at high temperatures. The use of highly volatile catalysts may lead to the need for frequent recharging of the catalyst, deposition of the dust in the equipment and ducts beyond the reactor in the course of gas flow, erosion of equipment, and other undesirable consequences.

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