Monoliths: A Review of the Basics, Preparation Methods and Their Relevance to Oxidation
AbstractConsiderable research has been conducted on monolithic catalysts for various applications. Strategies toward coating monoliths are of equal interest and importance. In this paper, the preparation of monoliths and monolithic catalysts have been summarized. More specifically, a brief explanation for the manufacturing of ceramic and metallic monoliths has been provided. Also, different methods for coating γ-alumina, as a secondary support, are included. Techniques used to deposit metal-based species, zeolites and carbon onto monoliths are discussed. Furthermore, monoliths extruded with metal oxides, zeolites and carbon are described. The main foci are on the reasoning and understanding behind the preparation of monolithic catalysts. Ideas and concerns are also contributed to encourage better approaches when designing these catalysts. More importantly, the relevance of monolithic structures to reactions, such as the selective oxidation of alkanes, catalytic combustion for power generation and the preferential oxidation of carbon monoxide, has been described. View Full-Text
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Govender, S.; Friedrich, H.B. Monoliths: A Review of the Basics, Preparation Methods and Their Relevance to Oxidation. Catalysts 2017, 7, 62.
Govender S, Friedrich HB. Monoliths: A Review of the Basics, Preparation Methods and Their Relevance to Oxidation. Catalysts. 2017; 7(2):62.Chicago/Turabian Style
Govender, Sandeeran; Friedrich, Holger B. 2017. "Monoliths: A Review of the Basics, Preparation Methods and Their Relevance to Oxidation." Catalysts 7, no. 2: 62.
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