NiMgAlCe Catalysts Applied to Reforming of a Model Biogas for Syngas Production

NiMgAlCe Catalysts Applied to Reforming of a Model Biogas for Syngas Production Keywords Biogas · Methane reforming · Syngas · Hydrotalcite · Ceria 1 Introductionand CO (30–45% v/v), both greenhouse gases [1]. The dry reforming of biogas can convert the greenhouse gases which Biogas obtained from anaerobic fermentation of biomass, constitute the “biomass” to syngas (H + CO), a raw material such as sewage plants, animal waste, landfill and industrial to produce diesel and gasoline by means of Fischer–Tropsch wastewater, is basically composed of CH (55–70% v/v) process, after removal of contaminants, especially H S [2]. 4 2 In general, the dry reforming of CH is catalyzed by nickel catalysts supported on Al O , MgO, or metallic alu- 2 3 * Ananda Vallezi Paladino Lino minates, especially because of cost issues. Nickel based cat- anandapaladino@gmail.com alysts can be deactivated during reforming due to formation Elisabete Moreira Assaf of carbon deposits over their active surface. This carbon can eassaf@iqsc.usp.br be generated mainly by methane decomposition: CH mol- José Mansur Assaf ecules dehydrogenate to CH* species that are decomposed mansur@ufscar.br to C* and H*, according to steps (1, 2, 3, 4) [3]: Departamento de Engenharia Química, Universidade Federal CH + 2 ∗→ CH ∗+H ∗ (1) 4 3 de São Carlos, Laboratório de Catálise, Rod. Washington http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Catalysis Letters Springer Journals

NiMgAlCe Catalysts Applied to Reforming of a Model Biogas for Syngas Production

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Springer US
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Copyright © 2018 by Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature
Subject
Chemistry; Catalysis; Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering; Organometallic Chemistry; Physical Chemistry
ISSN
1011-372X
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1572-879X
D.O.I.
10.1007/s10562-018-2304-9
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Abstract

Keywords Biogas · Methane reforming · Syngas · Hydrotalcite · Ceria 1 Introductionand CO (30–45% v/v), both greenhouse gases [1]. The dry reforming of biogas can convert the greenhouse gases which Biogas obtained from anaerobic fermentation of biomass, constitute the “biomass” to syngas (H + CO), a raw material such as sewage plants, animal waste, landfill and industrial to produce diesel and gasoline by means of Fischer–Tropsch wastewater, is basically composed of CH (55–70% v/v) process, after removal of contaminants, especially H S [2]. 4 2 In general, the dry reforming of CH is catalyzed by nickel catalysts supported on Al O , MgO, or metallic alu- 2 3 * Ananda Vallezi Paladino Lino minates, especially because of cost issues. Nickel based cat- anandapaladino@gmail.com alysts can be deactivated during reforming due to formation Elisabete Moreira Assaf of carbon deposits over their active surface. This carbon can eassaf@iqsc.usp.br be generated mainly by methane decomposition: CH mol- José Mansur Assaf ecules dehydrogenate to CH* species that are decomposed mansur@ufscar.br to C* and H*, according to steps (1, 2, 3, 4) [3]: Departamento de Engenharia Química, Universidade Federal CH + 2 ∗→ CH ∗+H ∗ (1) 4 3 de São Carlos, Laboratório de Catálise, Rod. Washington

Journal

Catalysis LettersSpringer Journals

Published: Feb 2, 2018

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