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Subject Area物理化学
Novel Ni catalysts for methane decomposition to hydrogen and carbon nanofibers
Li Y(李勇); Jie XW(解小伟); Liu JL(刘俊龙); Shen WJ(申文杰); Wenjie Shen
Conference NameSixth Tokyo conference on Advanced Catalytic Science and Technology &fifth Asia Pacific Congress on Catalysis
Conference Date2010-7-18
2010-07-18
Conference Place日本
Alternative Title用于甲烷裂解制氢和碳纳米纤维的新型金属镍催化剂
Pages166/2
Department五室
Funding Organization日本催化学会
Abstractα-Ni(OH)2 with hydrotalcite-like structure was prepared by precipitation of nickel acetate and sodium carbonate aqueous solution with the mediation of ethylene glycol at 393 K. Calcination of this precursor at 573-1073 K yielded nickel oxides having diameter of 3-8 nm with inter-layered structure. Hydrogen reduction of the NiO samples formed metallic nickel with fibrous-like morphology. When further exposed to the reaction of methane decomposition, the metallic Ni crystallines still exhibited similar evolution behavior and rapidly stabilized at the critical size of 17–18 nm. These novel Ni materials showed a much higher catalytic activity for the decomposition of methane to hydrogen and carbon nanofibers, with the carbon yield of 498 g C/g Ni.
Language中文
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://cas-ir.dicp.ac.cn/handle/321008/114110
Collection中国科学院大连化学物理研究所
Corresponding AuthorWenjie Shen
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Li Y,Jie XW,Liu JL,et al. Novel Ni catalysts for methane decomposition to hydrogen and carbon nanofibers[C],2010:166/2.
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