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A novel low-thermal-budget approach for the co-production of ethylene and hydrogen via the electrochemical non-oxidative deprotonation of ethane

The oversupply of ethane, a major component of natural gas liquids, has stimulated the wide applications of ethylene since the shale gas revolution. However, ethylene production is energy-intensive and represents the most energy-consuming single process in the chemical industry. In this communication, we report, fo

Authors:   Dong Ding; Yunya Zhang; Wei Wu; Dongchang Chen; Meilin Liu; Ting He
Journal:   Energy & Environmental Science
DOI:   10.1039/C8EE00645H
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  • ethylene
  • Energy
  • shale gas
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