E3S Web Conf.
Volume 220, 2020Sustainable Energy Systems: Innovative Perspectives (SES-2020)
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|Published online||19 February 2021|
Complex oxides of copper and manganese as the base material for catalytic suppression of waste gases
Industrial University of Tyumen, 625001, Russia
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The composite material “ionite-sorbed ions” was obtained by ion exchange technology. The conditions for obtaining the composite material “ionite-sorbed ions” are studied. In the thermolysis of cationite with sorbed ions, the synthesis of complex oxide is carried out between ions located at atomic distances from each other. This facilitates and accelerates the formation of complex oxide. Thermolysis of carboxyl cationite KB-4P-2 with sorbed copper and manganese ions was performed at temperatures from 250-950°C . Control of the thermolysis mechanism of the composite material “ionite-sorbed ions” was carried out using thermograms. According to the scanning electron microscopy data, the obtained powder of complex copper and manganese oxide has a good crystallite structure. Data x-ray diffraction analysis confirmed the crystallization of a complex oxide of copper and manganese in orthorhombic crystal structure. A method for the synthesis of complex copper and manganese oxide powder based on the thermolysis process of the composite material “ionite-sorbed ions”, which has catalytic properties, has been developed.
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