A Review of the Water Gas Shift Reaction Kinetics

@article{SmithRJ2010ARO,
  title={A Review of the Water Gas Shift Reaction Kinetics},
  author={Byron Smith R J and Muruganandam Loganathan and Murthy Shekhar Shantha},
  journal={International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={8}
}
The world’s progression towards the Hydrogen economy is facilitating the production of hydrogen from various resources. In the carbon based hydrogen production, Water gas shift reaction is the intermediate step used for hydrogen enrichment and CO reduction in the synthesis gas. This paper makes a critical review of the developments in the modeling approaches of the reaction for use in designing and simulating the water gas shift reactor. Considering the fact that the rate of the reaction is… 

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