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Autothermal Reforming of Propane Over Mg-Al Hydrotalcite-Like Catalysts

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The performance of hydrotalcite-like catalysts in propane autothermal reforming for hydrogen production was studied in fixed-bed flow reactor. Hydrotalcite-like catalysts were synthesized by co-precipitation and modified co-precipitation by the impregnation method and those were promoted by the addition of noble metals. Reaction test results indicated that hydrotalcite-like catalysts of modified method were showed higher H2-yield than co-precipitation method because surface Ni particles of catalysts by modified method were more abundant. When added noble metals, the activity was enhanced because the size of nickel particles was decreased and degree of dispersion was increased. Also the carbon deposit is low after the reaction. When solvent of solution was changed, activity was increased. It is because degree of dispersion was increased.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2008-10-01

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