Nanostructured catalyst for after-burning of carbon monooxide

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SUBSTANCE: claimed invention relates to catalysts from metals of platinum group on oxide carrier, intended for removal of harmful components, in particular of gaseous carbon monoxide in engine exhaust fumes of automobile engines or for application in electrodes of gas-sensitive sensors, in fuel elements, which work on synthesis-gas, and in other electrochemical devices. Described is nano-structured catalyst for after-burning of carbon monoxide, which as carrier contains tin dioxide, alloyed with antimony oxide with ratio of antimony to tin being 2 mol % and particles of nano-crystalline platinum, content of which in catalyst constitutes 2 wt %, with oxide carrier having one-phase composition, and particles of nano-crystalline platinum, precipitated on oxide carrier, have size 3-5 nm.

EFFECT: obtaining highly active catalyst for carbon monoxide oxidation.

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The invention relates to catalysts of the platinum group metals on the oxide carrier, designed to remove harmful components, in particular gaseous carbon monoxide in the exhaust gases of automobile engines or for use in the electrodes of the gas-sensitive sensors, fuel cells operating on sines gas, and other electrochemical devices.

Described is a catalyst for afterburning of carbon monoxide, in which the platinum group metals are fixed on the carrier - antimony-doped tin dioxide. The technical result is to obtain highly active catalysts for deep oxidation of carbon monoxide.

Examples besplatnih catalysts for oxidation of carbon monoxide in the presence of hydrogen by oxidation with oxygen or air are selective catalysts based on copper or manganese, comprising as an active ingredient CuO-CeO2or MnO2-CeO2with the content of CuO or MnO21-10 wt.% as in massive form and deposited on oxides of aluminum, zirconium, silicon, and/or compounds based on them, or graphite-like carbon material.

For example, it is known [USSR Author's certificate No. 844038, the Catalyst for the neutralization of the engine exhaust gases, 1981] in the catalyst for the afterburning of the exhaust gas is, containing carbon monoxide with drawing on Al2O3oxides of cobalt and copper from aqueous solution, drying and calcination in air. The main disadvantage of the catalysts obtained by the application of active component such media, is that the most active components interact with Al2O3with the formation of aluminates, the activity of which is lower than the source of the oxides of cobalt and copper.

As catalysts based on noble metals, use of the system, in which the active component is applied platinum, palladium, ruthenium, rhodium, iridium mainly ruthenium and platinum, deposited (in the amount of 0.05-5 wt.%) on carbon carriers or oxide materials such as oxides of aluminum, zirconium, cerium, silicon and/or compounds based on them. More often as precious metal ternary catalysts use platinum. However, when using platinum group metals when exposed to high temperature exhaust gas for a long period of time platinum particles increase in size, and, thus, the specific surface area of each of the platinum particles is reduced, reducing the activity of the catalyst.

Known catalyst [RF Patent №2386533, the Method of receiving nanocatalysts oxidation of carbon monoxide, 2008, containing 95-98% of aluminum oxide and nanesennykh him nanoparticles of platinum metals (2-5%).

Of the known catalysts of similar essential features is the catalyst described in patent [U.S. Patent 4136059, Method for producing highly dispersed catalytic platinum, 1979], selected as a prototype. Method of preparation of the catalyst consists in the application of platinum on a carbon carrier from the colloidal solution in the presence of dithionite sodium, followed by reduction with formic acid. The disadvantages of such catalysts and similar when used in commercial electrochemical gas sensors CO should be attributed to the low selectivity of CO sensors (sensitivity SCO/SH2does not exceed 5-8). The use of such catalyst for oxidation of carbon monoxide to carbon dioxide is inefficient due to the low rate of oxidation of carbon monoxide in the temperature range of 0-150°C. additionally, in such systems, the decrease of the active surface of the catalyst due to sintering of platinum particles.

To prevent agglomeration effect and increase the selectivity of the catalysts is proposed to use as the material of the carrier for the catalyst - doped tin dioxide. Surface properties SnO2depend on the synthesis conditions, and the nature and kolichestvennymi additives. These factors determine the nature of the interaction surface of the working electrode with gas. Alloying additives can reduce the tendency of the platinum catalyst to agglomerate. The most active oxidizing catalyst is Pt, but the temperature oxidation of CO is 200°C due to the strong chemisorption of gas on platinum at lower temperatures. An important task is the creation of bifunctional platinum catalyst, which would possess the efficiency of the oxidation of CO at low temperatures.

The technical purpose of this invention to provide a high level of nanostructured catalytic afterburning of carbon monoxide with high specific surface area and efficiency when used in the oxidation reaction of carbon monoxide to carbon dioxide.

The solution of this problem in the proposed nanostructured catalyst for afterburning of carbon monoxide is due to the fact that the catalyst contains one or more catalytically active platinum group metals (such as Pt or Ru) on the conductive oxide carrier that provides high catalytic activity, thus to obtain a high specific surface electrocatalysts as media use doped with antimony oxide deoxycolate with a specific surface area of about 60 m 2/g and the content of the oxide carrier in the catalyst is 98 wt.%. Due to the fact that the oxide carrier has a single-phase composition, and the ratio of the elements in the oxide carrier Sb/Sn=0.02 is provided by the high electronic conductivity. The average particle size of platinum group metals is 3-5 nm.

The proposed nanostructured catalyst is a platinum nanoparticles deposited on the oxide carrier consisting of tin dioxide doped with antimony.

Synthesis nanostrukturirovannogo catalyst takes place in two stages. At the first stage by the method of reverse micelles synthesized media. For this metal salts SnCl4and SbCl3dissolve in cyclohexane containing an appropriate amount of surfactant (cetyltrimethylammonium bromide (BECOMING)add NaOH and after thorough mixing, leave for days for the formation of the oxide particles. The materials obtained were annealed in air at 400°C.

At the second stage, the catalyst composition is administered platinum by the following method: to the oxide carrier poured glycol and dispersed in the ultrasound. Then in the resulting suspension add NaOH and stirred until complete dissolution of sodium hydroxide. Then add the platinum precursor. The mixture with constant stirring videris the Ute at a temperature of 130°C in an inert atmosphere, then dried in a vacuum Cabinet at a temperature of 80°C.

Example 1.

Nanostructured catalyst is a platinum nanoparticles deposited on the oxide carrier consisting of tin dioxide doped with antimony (Pt content is 2 wt.%, and the content of Sb/Sn=2 mol.%)

The synthesis of the catalyst took place in two stages. At the first stage by the method of reverse micelles synthesized media. For this metal salts SnCl4, SbCl3was dissolved in cyclohexane containing an appropriate amount of surfactant (cetyltrimethylammonium bromide (BECOMING), was added NaOH to pH=13 and after thorough mixing left on the clock for the formation of the oxide particles. The obtained materials were annealed in air for 1 hour at a temperature of 400°C.

At the second stage, the catalyst composition is administered platinum. To 2 g of the oxide carrier was added 500 ml of ethylene glycol and dispersible in ultrasound. Then the resulting suspension was added NaOH (to pH~13) and stirred until complete dissolution of sodium hydroxide. Then added the platinum precursor with a rate of 2 wt.% platinum in relation to the mass media. The obtained mixture under stirring was kept at a temperature of 130°C in an inert atmosphere, and then dried in a vacuum Cabinet at a temperature of 80°C for 12 hours.

Oxide media, part of which has been received is of talesfore, has retinopathy structure. The content of platinum in nanocatalysts is about 2 wt.%, the average particle diameter of platinum - 3 nm. Specific active surface of the catalyst is 68 m2/g Pt. The initial temperature oxidation of CO is 80°C, and the temperature of complete conversion of CO to 180°C.

Example 2.

Nanostructured catalyst is a platinum nanoparticles deposited on the oxide carrier consisting of tin dioxide doped with antimony was synthesized by the method described in example 1 and was characterized by the fact that the content of Pt in the catalyst was 2.5 wt.%, and the Sb content in the oxide carrier to 2.5 mol.%.

Oxide carrier included in the composition of the obtained catalyst has retinopathy structure. The content of platinum on the carrier is about 2.5 wt.%, the average diameter of the platinum particles is 5 nm. Specific active surface of the catalyst, determined from desorption of carbon monoxide is 65 m2/g Pt.

Nanostructured catalyst for afterburning of carbon monoxide containing as a carrier of tin dioxide doped with antimony oxide in the ratio of antimony to tin 2 mol.%, and particles of nanocrystalline platinum content in the catalyst is 2 wt.%, wherein the oxide carrier has a single-phase composition, and besieged the oxide and the carrier particles of nanocrystalline platinum have a size of 3-5 nm.



 

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