Evaluating the Effects of Synthesis Methods on the Catalytic Activity of Platinum and Osmium Supported on Titania for Carbon Monoxide Oxidation

Evaluating the Effects of Synthesis Methods on the Catalytic Activity of Platinum and Osmium Supported on Titania for Carbon Monoxide Oxidation

Titania (Pt / TiO2, Os / TiO2) catalyst materials assisted by platinum and osmium were synthesised by solid solid (SSI), sol-gel (SGI) and incipient wetness impregnation (IWI) techniques. X-ray diffraction (XRD), SEM, Raman spectroscopy, surface area analysis (BET), and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy were used to characterise the catalysts. X-ray diffraction and Raman scattering ex-situ structural tests showed that the anatase phase is preserved in the Titania phase in 10 percent of Pt or Os. The experiment showed that assisted platinum and osmium are active catalysts for maximum oxidation of CO to CO2 at moderate temperature; for both Pt and Os, the SSI method gave the most active catalysts. At temperatures below 100 ° C, Pt catalysts prepared by SSI were active and displayed much greater activity than Osmium catalysts. Trends in pollution from vehicle emissions that contribute to the rise in atmospheric zinc, copper, lead, manganese and cadmium have been recorded. It was decided over a period between 1957 and 2018. A worrying, worrying thing The pattern for almost all heavy metals was observed as the amounts of these metals increased. Over the past decades, exponentially. This poses many questions, because if this pattern is not stopped, it will As some heavy metals have reported values that surpass the WHO guidelines, they may damage the study area. On the boundaries of these metals.

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Carlos H. Deliz
School of Natural Science and Technology, Universidad del Turabo, P.O.Box 3030, Gurabo, Puerto Rico.

Santander Nieto
School of Natural Science and Technology, Universidad del Turabo, P.O.Box 3030, Gurabo, Puerto Rico.

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