Ceramic Monolith Catalysts

Ceramic monolith catalysts based on ceramics such as cordierite, with alumina, silica, titania or other metal oxide based washcoats, are made with Platinum Group and Base Metals. These monolith catalysts can have advantages over particulate catalysts including low attrition, high activity, and high selectivity.

Catalysts containing Palladium, Platinum, and Rhodium are standard products while other catalytic metals and non-metals may also be used. An example of a non-metal catalyst is a recently developed graphene coated monolith catalyst.

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