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000205906 245__ $$aSorption enhanced CO2 methanation
000205906 260__ $$c2013
000205906 269__ $$a2013
000205906 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000205906 500__ $$aTimes Cited: 4
000205906 520__ $$aThe transformation from the fatuous consumption of fossil energy towards a sustainable energy circle is most easily marketable by not changing the underlying energy carrier but generating it from renewable energy. Hydrocarbons can be principally produced from renewable hydrogen and carbon dioxide collected by biomass. However, research is needed to increase the energetic and economic efficiency of the process. We demonstrate the enhancement of CO2 methanation by sorption enhanced catalysis. The preparation and catalytic activity of sorption catalysts based on Ni particles in zeolites is reported. The functioning of the sorption catalysis is discussed together with the determination of the reaction mechanism, providing implications for new ways in catalysis. © 2013 the Owner Societies.
000205906 700__ $$aBorgschulte, Andreas
000205906 700__ $$0250170$$aGallandat, Noris$$g276613
000205906 700__ $$aProbst, Benjamin
000205906 700__ $$aSuter, Riccardo
000205906 700__ $$0248962$$aCallini, Elsa$$g257508
000205906 700__ $$aFerri, Davide
000205906 700__ $$aArroyo, Yadira
000205906 700__ $$aErni, Rolf
000205906 700__ $$aGeerlings, Hans
000205906 700__ $$0248252$$aZuettel, Andreas$$g251247
000205906 773__ $$j15$$k24$$q9620-9625$$tPhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics
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