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学科主题: 物理化学
题名: A novel Ni catalyst for low-temperature steam reforming in Pd membrane reactors
作者: Wang YZ(王玉忠) ;  Chen YZ(陈亚中) ;  A.GOLDBACH ;  Li WZ(李文钊) ;  Xu HY(徐恒泳)
会议名称: A post-symposium of the 14th International Congress on Catalysis
会议日期: 2008-7-20
出版日期: 2008-07-20
会议地点: 韩国
通讯作者: 徐恒泳
部门归属: 八室
主办者: 国际催化协会
摘要: Ni catalysts on La-promoted MgO/Al2O3 supports with spinel structure exhibit sufficient activity for low-temperature steam reforming of natural gas in Pd membrane reactors. Between 773 and 823 K the conversion reached 97.6% to 99.3% of the theoretical values (19.4% and 27.3%, respectively) in a conventional reactor at 24000 h-1 GHSV, 0.9 MPa, and an H2O/CH4 ratio of 3.0. Catalyst deactivation was negligible during a 1000 h non-equilibrium test. In a single tube Pd membrane reactor with 20 cm2 separation area 98.3% methane conversion with 95.4% H2 recovery were achieved at 823 K, 0.9 MPa, and 4000 h-1 GHSV
语种: 中文
内容类型: 会议论文
URI标识: http://cas-ir.dicp.ac.cn/handle/321008/113444
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Wang YZ,Chen YZ,A.GOLDBACH,et al. A novel Ni catalyst for low-temperature steam reforming in Pd membrane reactors[C]. 见:A post-symposium of the 14th International Congress on Catalysis. 韩国. 2008-7-20.
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