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The dependance of an activity of vanadium catalysts on a carrier regeneration method and an active phase composition

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The results of the research studies concerning the reaction rate of SO2 oxidation on the vanadium catalysts have been described. A carrier of the active phase - silica has been regenerated from spent vanadium mass by leaching with H2SO4 solution. The dependence of the oxidation reaction rate on the method of treating a catalyst carrier as well as the composition of an active phase of the new catalyst systems has been also presented.
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15
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4
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107-110
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published
1 - 12 - 2013
online
31 - 12 - 2013
References
  • 1. Grzesiak, P. (2005) Sulphuric acid Volume 5. Vanadium catalysts for SO2 oxidation. IOR Publishing house, Poznań 2005 .
  • 2. Grobela, M., Grzesiak, P., Motała, R. & Łukaszyk, J. (2011). Phase changes in vanadium catalysts containing iron compounds. Przem. Chem. 90(12), 2198-2201.
  • 3. Grobela, M., Grzesiak, P., Motała, R. & Łukaszyk, J. (2011). Effect of the gas phase composition on the vanadium catalyst properties used in sulfuric acid production (in Polish). Przem. Chem. 90(12), 2193-2197.
  • 4. Grobela, M., Grzesiak, P. & Motała, R. (2010) The infl uence of iron oxide on properties and life of vanadic catalyst used on the SO2 oxidation process (in Polish). Przem. Chem. 89(2), 178-182.
  • 5. Grzesiak, P., Grobela, M. & Motała, R. (2009) The infl uence of a phase iron on the properties and life of vanadium catalysts. (pp. 95-122). In „The comprehensive management of hazardous waste vanadium catalysts used for SO2 oxidation” [in Polish] Vol. II (Eds. Trypuć M., Grzesiak P., Mazurek K., Grobela M.), WN IOR PIB Poznań ISBN: 978-83-89867-40-7.
  • 6. Mazurek, K., Trypuć, M. & Białowicz, K. (2010). Recovery of vanadium, potassium and iron from a spent catalyst using urea solution. Hydrometallurgy 103 (1-4), 19-24. DOI: 10.1016/j. hydromet.2010.02.008.[WoS][Crossref]
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  • 8. Mazurek, K., Trypuć, M., Białowicz, K. & Grzesiak, P. (2009). A Leaching of spent vanadium catalyst under acidic conditions. (pp. 123-139). In „The comprehensive management of hazardous waste vanadium catalysts used for SO2 oxidation” [in Polish] Vol. II (Eds. Trypuć M., Grzesiak P., Mazurek K., Grobela M.), WN IOR PIB Poznań ISBN 978-83-89867-40-7.
  • 9. Mazurek, K., Trypuć, M., Białowicz, K. & Drużyński, S. (2008). The infl uence of leaching solution pH and addition of peroxide hydrogen on recovery of some components from the used vanadium catalyst with urea solutions. Pol. J. Chem. Techn. 4, 34-36. DOI: 10.2478/v10026-008-0044-0.[Crossref]
  • 10. Mazurek, K., Trypuć, M. & Grzesiak, P. (2008). The recovery of spent vanadium catalyst components by a leaching with urea solutions. Przem. Chem. 9, 964-968.
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  • 13. Mazurek, K., Trypuć, M., Grzesiak, P., Grobela, M. & Motała, R. (2010). The study of the possibilities of the component recovery from spent vanadium catalysts and the process criteria. (pp. 117-134). In „Environment and industry”. (Ed. Schroeder G.), Poznań 2010 ISBN 978-83-62108-05-3.
  • 14. Grzesiak, P., Grobela, M., Motała, R., Mazurek, K. & Trypuć, M. (2010). The study of the possibilities of the recovered component application for a vanadium catalyst production process (pp. 135-144). In „Environment and industry”. (Ed. Schroeder G.), Poznań 2010 ISBN: 978-83-62108-05-3.
  • 15. Grzesiak, P., Grobela, M., Motała, R. & Mazurek, K. (2009). Development of methods for the recovery of silica from spent catalysts that do not have defected the support structure. (pp. 195-219) In „The comprehensive management of hazardous waste vanadium catalysts used for SO2 oxidation” [in Polish] Vol. II (Eds. Trypuć M., Grzesiak P., Mazurek K., Grobela M.), WN IOR PIB Poznań ISBN 978-83-89867-40-7.
  • 16. Grzesiak, P. (2006) Sulphuric acid, Volume 6, The methods of properties evaluation of vanadium catalysts used for SO2 oxidation, IOR Publishing house, Poznań.
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