Novel Gold Catalysts for the Oxidation of Carbon Monoxide at a Temperature far Below 0 °C

  • Haruta M
  • Kobayashi T
  • Sano H
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A variety of gold catalysts can be used to catalyze the oxidation of carbon monoxide at temperatures as low as ?70 °C and are stable in a moistened gas atmosphere. The novel catalysts, prepared by coprecipitation, are composed of ultra-fine gold particles and one of the oxides of 3d transition metals of group VIII, namely, Fe, Co, and Ni.

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  • Masatake Haruta

  • Tetsuhiko Kobayashi

  • Hiroshi Sano

  • Nobumasa Yamada

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