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A Study on Synthetic Method and Material Characteristics of Magnesium Ammine Chloride as Ammonia Transport Materials for Solid SCR
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A Study on Synthetic Method and Material Characteristics of Magnesium Ammine Chloride as Ammonia Transport Materials for Solid SCR
Shin, Jong Kook; Yoon, Cheon Seog; Kim, Hongsuk;
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 Abstract
Among various ammonium salts and metal ammine chlorides used as solid materials for the sources of ammonia with solid SCR for lean NOx reduction, magnesium ammine chloride was taken up for study in this paper because of its ease of handling and safety. Lab-scale synthetic method of magnesium ammine chloride were studied for different durations, temperatures, and pressures with proper ammonia gas charged, as a respect of ammonia gas adsorption rate(%). To understand material characteristics for lab-made magnesium ammine chloride, DA, IC, FT-IR, XRD and SDT analyses were performed using the published data available in literature. From the analytical results, the water content in the lab-made magnesium ammine chloride can be determined. A new test procedure for water removal was proposed, by which the adsorption rate of lab-made sample was found to be approximately 100%.
 Keywords
Solid SCR;Magnesium Ammine Chloride;XRD(X-Ray Diffraction);FT-IR(Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy);SDT(Simultaneous Thermogravimetric Analyzer and Differential Scanning Calorimeter);
 Language
Korean
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