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Russian and German scientists will create a catalyst to reduce ammonia emissions into the atmosphere

Scientists at the Boreskov Institute of Catalysis of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany will develop a catalyst to neutralise ammonia, which is released into the atmosphere in the course of burning of fuel, said Andrei Boronin, head of the Laboratory at the Institute of Catalysis. The project is supported by the Russian Science Foundation and the German scientific organisation Helmholtz Association.
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«The idea of the project is to develop fundamental aspects for studying of decomposition of ammonia and to create an optimal catalyst for its neutralisation. We will deal with the synthesis and optimisation of catalysts, and scientists in Karlsruhe will test them right in the course of reaction and under industrial conditions,» Boronin explained.

The residual ammonia is formed when it is used as an energy carrier, as well as a result of burning of fuel, Boronin said.

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