Тип публикации: статья из журнала
Год издания: 2010
Идентификатор DOI: 10.1134/S2070050410030098
Ключевые слова: chlorine, Deacon process, hydrogen chloride, oxidation, oxygen, vanadium catalysts
Аннотация: Regeneration of chlorine by oxidation of hydrogen chloride is an important problem in the production of chloroorganic products. The known catalysts for this reaction are insufficiently active and typically not stable enough, while data on the use of V catalysts for this process are absent. Here we report on our study of the stability and catalytic activity of the industrial sulfuric acid production sulfate-promoted vanadium catalyst IK-1-6 in the process of oxidation of hydrogen chloride with molecular oxygen. Under conditions of low conversion (less than 15%) with the reaction in the external diffusion region, the catalyst activity attained 660 g/(kg cat h) at 400°C, and the mass loss rate of the catalyst was (due to the formation of volatile vanadyl chloride) 4.6 % per hour, based on vanadium. Under high conversion conditions (over 60%), the vanadyl chloride formed in the top layer of the catalyst was hydrolyzed and precipitated on subsequent layers as the conversion of the reaction mixture increased, leading to a redistribution of vanadium over the catalyst bed height and hindering its removal form the reactor. The stable operation of the catalyst can be ensured by intermittently changing the flow direction of the reactant gas in the catalytic reactor or using an array of several reactors connected in series, intermittently changing their places in the inlet-outlet chain. Our results show that the industrial sulfate-promoted vanadium catalysts for the oxidation of sulfur dioxide are more active and stable than all known catalysts of the Deacon process (except for ruthenium catalysts) and could be used for catalytic oxidation of hydrogen chloride. © 2010 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.
Журнал: Catalysis in Industry
Выпуск журнала: Т. 2, № 3
Номера страниц: 259-265
ISSN журнала: 20700504
Место издания: Москва
Издатель: Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. (Плеадес Паблишинг, Лтд)
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