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NITROGEN OXIDES REMOVAL BY SCR PROCESS – STATE OF THE ART

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W pracy omówiono źródła powstawania tlenków azotu, wpływ NOx na środowisko i życie człowieka, jak również katalityczne reakcje ich usuwania. W szczególności omówiono technologię procesu selektywnej katalitycznej redukcji NO amoniakiem (proces NH3-SCR), w tym stosowane w procesie komercyjne katalizatory oparte na tlenku tytanu oraz mieszane tlenki pochodzenia hydrotalkitowego. Uzyskane wyniki jednoznacznie wskazują na duży potencjał materiałów hydrotalkitowych jako katalizatorów technologii SCR.
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