On the regeneration of Co3Mo3N from Co6Mo6N with N2

Gregory, D.H. , Hargreaves, J.S.J. and Hunter, S.M. (2011) On the regeneration of Co3Mo3N from Co6Mo6N with N2. Catalysis Letters, 141(1), pp. 22-26. (doi:10.1007/s10562-010-0464-3)

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Nitrogen has been demonstrated to be effective for the regeneration of Co<sub>3</sub>Mo<sub>3</sub>N from Co<sub>6</sub>Mo<sub>6</sub>N, albeit at higher temperature and longer duration than, when employing H2/N2. In some instances, incomplete regeneration yielding a mixture of the two line phases is observed, which has been interpreted on the possible basis of a crystallite size distribution. Temperature programmed reduction of Co<sub>3</sub>Mo<sub>3</sub>N, prepared so as to eliminate the possible contribution of NHx groups, demonstrates the significant production of ammonia although in much lower quantities than NHx–containing Co<sub>3</sub>Mo<sub>3</sub>N samples.

Item Type:Articles
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Hargreaves, Professor Justin and Gregory, Professor Duncan
Authors: Gregory, D.H., Hargreaves, J.S.J., and Hunter, S.M.
Subjects:Q Science > QD Chemistry
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Chemistry
Journal Name:Catalysis Letters
Publisher:Springer New York LLC
ISSN (Online):1572-879X
Published Online:21 October 2010

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