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000211674 245__ $$aHydrogen production from formic acid
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000211674 520__ $$aThe present invention relates to a method of producing hydrogen gas and carbon dioxide in a catalytic reaction from formic acid, said reaction being conducted in an aqueous solution over a wide temperature range and already at room temperature (25 DEG C). The reaction is advantageous because it can be tuned to take place at very high rates, up to about 90 litre H2 / minute / litre reactor volume. The gas produced is free of carbon monoxide. The method of the present invention is particularly suitable for providing hydrogen for a motor, fuel cell or chemical synthesis.
000211674 700__ $$0240013$$aLaurenczy, Gabor$$g123171
000211674 700__ $$0240336$$aFellay, Celine$$g148925
000211674 700__ $$0240015$$aDyson, Paul$$g149418
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