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Reticulated Ceramics for Catalyst Support Applications

  • Truett B. Sweeting (a1), David A. Norris (a1), Laurie A. Strom (a1) and Jeffrey R. Morris (a1)

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The primary use of reticulated ceramics is in molten metal filtration. However, other applications have emerged which utilize the porous nature of these materials, including low mass kiln furniture, low NOx. infrared burners, gas diffusers, hot gas filters, sensors and catalyst supports. In this paper, the use of reticulated ceramics as catalyst supports will be reviewed with emphasis on the manufacture, structure and properties.

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Reticulated Ceramics for Catalyst Support Applications

  • Truett B. Sweeting (a1), David A. Norris (a1), Laurie A. Strom (a1) and Jeffrey R. Morris (a1)

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