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From Glucose-Based Carbohydrates to Phenol-rich Bio-oil Integrated with Syngas Production via Catalytic Pyrolysis over Activated Carbon Catalyst

20-Jun-2018 | yayun zhang; Hanwu Lei; zixu yang; Dengle Duan; elmar villota; R Ruan, Green Chemistry, 2018

The catalytic pyrolysis of carbohydrates over phosphoric acid-activated carbon catalyst (ACC) was investigated to obtain phenol-rich bio-oil and syngas production in a facile fixed-bed reactor for the first time. A central composite experimental design (CCD) was used to optimize the reaction ...

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Energies, Vol. 11, Pages 1575: Catalytic Oxidation of Synthesis Gas on Platinum at Low Temperatures for Power Generation Applications

15-Jun-2018 | Chen, Junjie ; Yan, Longfei ; Song, Wenya ; Xu, Deguang, Energies, 2018

Energies, Vol. 11, Pages 1575: Catalytic Oxidation of Synthesis Gas on Platinum at Low Temperatures for Power Generation Applications Energies doi: 10.3390/en11061575 Authors: Junjie Chen Longfei Yan Wenya Song Deguang Xu This paper addresses the issues related to the ...

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Removal of elemental mercury by titania sorbents loaded with cobalt ceria oxides from syngas

12-Jun-2018 | Xueqian Li; Jinsong Zhou; Qixin Zhou; Juezhen Mao, New Journal of Chemistry, 2018

Titania sorbents loaded with cobalt ceria oxides prepared by a co-precipitation method were employed to remove elemental mercury (Hg0) from simulated syngas at low temperature (80-240C). The effects of the Co/Ce mass ratio, reaction temperature and main syngas components (H2S, H2, CO) on Hg0 ...

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Insight into the mechanism of methanol assistance with syngas conversion over partially hydroxylated γ-Al2O3(110D) surface in slurry bed

29-May-2018 | Bing Bai; Hui Bai; Hao-Jie Cao; Zhi-Hua Gao; Zhi-Jun Zuo; Wei Huang, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2018

Despite numerous studies devoted to the various properties of γ-Al2O3, the explorations of its catalytic activity remain scarce. In this study, density functional theory calculations are performed to study the elementary adsorption and reaction mechanisms for syngas conversion on partially ...

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Highly dispersed, ultra-small and noble metal-free Cu nanodots supported on porous SiO2 and their excellent catalytic hydrogenation of dimethyl oxalate to methyl glycolate

29-May-2018 | Mohamed Abbas; Zheng Chen; Juan Zhang; Jiangang Chen, New Journal of Chemistry, 2018

The production of methyl glycolate (MG) from the catalytic hydrogenation of dimethyl oxalate (DMO) derived from syngas (H2 + CO) as an environmentally benign and economical route has attracted tremendous interest in the modern chemical industry. Silica-supported noble and transition metal ...

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Palladium-catalyzed hydroformylation of terminal arylacetylenes with glyoxylic acid

27-May-2018 | Yang Liu; Liangzhen Cai; Sheng Xu; Weiwen Pu; Xiaochun Tao, Chemical Communication, 2018

A simple, practical and governable palladium-catalyzed hydroformylation of terminal arylacetylenes has been disclosed. The reaction proceeds under syngas-free conditions, using readily available glyoxylic acid as the formyl source, under mild conditions, giving rise to a broad range of ...

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CO2 conversion to synthesis gas via DRM on the durable Al2O3/Ni/Al2O3 sandwich catalyst with high activity and stability

26-May-2018 | Yu Zhao; Yunqing Kang; Hui Li; Hexing Li, Green Chemistry, 2018

CO2 conversion to synthesis gas with CO/H2 molar ratio around 1 was realized by using dry reforming of methane reaction (DRM) at 800oC. The key problem was to design catalysts with both the high activity and the strong durability at such high reaction temperature. This work developed a novel ...

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Direct transformation of syngas to lower olefins synthesis over hybrid Zn–Al2O3/SAPO-34 catalysts

23-May-2018 | G. Raveendra; Congming Li; Yang Cheng; Fanhui Meng; Zhong Li, New Journal of Chemistry, 2018

Syngas is a key platform chemical for the utilization of non-petroleum carbon resources. Therefore, great attention has been paid to syngas conversion to value added chemicals, such as lower olefins (C2–C=4), liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), gasoline, and aromatics. Among these value added ...

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Energies, Vol. 11, Pages 1302: Plasma-Assisted Biomass Gasification with Focus on Carbon Conversion and Reaction Kinetics Compared to Thermal Gasification

20-May-2018 | Pang, Yin ; Bahr, Leo ; Fendt, Peter ; Zigan, Lars ; Will, Stefan ; Hammer, Thomas ; Baldauf, Manfred ; Fleck, Rober ..., Energies, 2018

Energies, Vol. 11, Pages 1302: Plasma-Assisted Biomass Gasification with Focus on Carbon Conversion and Reaction Kinetics Compared to Thermal Gasification Energies doi: 10.3390/en11051302 Authors: Yin Pang Leo Bahr Peter Fendt Lars Zigan Stefan Will Thomas Hammer Manfred ...

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Energies, Vol. 11, Pages 1280: Gasification of Agroresidues for Syngas Production

17-May-2018 | Cerone, Nadia ; Zimbardi, Francesco, Energies, 2018

Energies, Vol. 11, Pages 1280: Gasification of Agroresidues for Syngas Production Energies doi: 10.3390/en11051280 Authors: Nadia Cerone Francesco Zimbardi Biomass residues from agriculture and agroindustry are suitable sources for the production of energy because they ...

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