Koutsopoulos, Sotiris3; Johannessen, Tue1; Eriksen, Kim Michael2; Fehrmann, Rasmus2
1 Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark2 Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark3 Technical University of Denmark
Several types of titania (anatase) were used as supports for pure platinum and Pt–Pd bimetallic alloy catalysts. The preparation methods, normal wet impregnation technique and flame aerosol synthesis, obtained metal loadings of 2% by weight. The prepared catalysts were tested for SO2 oxidation activity at atmospheric pressure in the temperature range 250–600 °C. The SO2 to SO3 conversion efficiency of the Pt–Pd alloy was significantly higher than that of the individual metals. The effects of the preparation method and the titania type used on the properties and activity of the resulting catalyst are discussed.
Journal of Catalysis, 2006, Vol 238, Issue 1, p. 270-276