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Methane steam reforming for hydrogen production using low water-ratios without carbon formation over ceria coated Ni catalysts

Abstract:

There are many advantages for hydrogen production from the catalytic methane steam reforming reaction (MSR) using low water to methane ratios. However, conventional Ni based catalysts suffer from severe carbon deposition under these conditions. A typical supported Ni catalyst at water to methane ratios <1 at 800 °C shows rapid deactivation (within few hours). Incorporation of CeO 2 is known to offer a kinetic resistance to carbon deposition for many hydrocarbon oxid...

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Yeung, CMY More by this author
Meunier, F More by this author
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Journal:
Applied Catalysis A: General
Volume:
345
Issue:
2
Pages:
119-127
Publication date:
2008-08-01
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ISSN:
0926-860X
URN:
uuid:7b06e031-541c-4a84-9241-ce7b9d7dddbb
Source identifiers:
180266
Local pid:
pubs:180266

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