Accession Number:

AD0257916

Title:

PRODUCTION OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS WASHINGTON D C AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DIV

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Report Date:

1961-05-18

Pagination or Media Count:

1.0

Abstract:

Optimum conditions were studied for the catalytic reaction on palladium with oxyhydrogen gas as the raw material. An attempt was made to clarify the mechanism of the catalysis by comparing the action of two different catalysts, palladium and platinum. On the Pd catalyst, H2O2 was formed in the first stage. On Pt, H2O was the predominant yield. Experimental data and computations of the kinetics of the process indicated that the Pd catalyst has active centers consisting of two Pd atoms, unlike the active centers formed by single atoms in the Pt catalyst. Differences in catalytic action between Pd and Pt were explained by differences in adsorption and splitting of H-H and O0 molecules on the active centers. Author

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APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE