Design and characterization of bimetallic catalysts tolerant to sulfur poisoning in the reaction of reforming with carbon dioxide

Project Details

Description

The catalytic reaction of reforming ch4 with co2 or h20 (v) is an industrial alternative for the production of hydrogen and carbon monoxide from natural gas or biogas

Objective

To evaluate the interaction of hydrogen sulphide with bimetallic catalysts supported on mgo and ceo2 in the reforming reaction of cj-14.

Expected results

Environmental impact: during the execution of the experimental part involved in this project, all necessary measures have been planned to avoid negative effects on the environment.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date3/02/122/08/13

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