A review of recent advances in catalytic combustion of VOCs on perovskite-type catalysts

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Along with the rapid development of industry, VOCs gradually move into the spotlight, and now become a kind of harmful environmental pollutants that cannot be overlooked. This paper introduces the hazards of VOCs and the common catalytic combustion catalysts, noble metal catalysts and non-noble metal catalysts, for the elimination of VOCs. Perovskite catalysts, as one of the non-noble catalysts, play an important role in the field of catalytic combustion in recent years. According to the classification of elements doping in perovskites, the research achievements in the past five years were analyzed and reviewed. In addition, this paper also analyzes and elaborates the reaction kinetics and QSAR/QSPR models for the introduction of structural properties and reaction mechanisms.

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Zang, M., Zhao, C., Wang, Y., & Chen, S. (2019, September 1). A review of recent advances in catalytic combustion of VOCs on perovskite-type catalysts. Journal of Saudi Chemical Society. Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jscs.2019.01.004

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