Alkali metal bifunctional catalyst-sorbents enabled biomass pyrolysis for enhanced hydrogen production

  title={Alkali metal bifunctional catalyst-sorbents enabled biomass pyrolysis for enhanced hydrogen production},
  author={Ming Zhao and Muhammad Zaki Memon and Guozhao Ji and Xiaoxiao Yang and Arun K. Vuppaladadiyam and Yin Song and Abdul Raheem and Jinhui Li and Wei Wang and Hui Zhou},
  journal={Renewable Energy},
LaFe1-xNix as a Robust Catalytic Oxygen Carrier for Chemical Looping Conversion of Toluene
Chemical looping biomass gasification is a novel technology converting biomass into syngas, and the selection of oxygen carrier is key for efficient tar conversion. The performance of LaFe1-xNix as a
Hydrogen Production from Sawdust Pyrolysis Catalysed by TiO2 Impregnated Al2O3 Nanoparticles
  • S. Kaskun
  • Materials Science, Chemistry
    Bitlis Eren Üniversitesi Fen Bilimleri Dergisi
  • 2021
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CO2 Capture at Medium to High Temperature Using Solid Oxide-Based Sorbents: Fundamental Aspects, Mechanistic Insights, and Recent Advances.
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Study of Structural, Strength, and Thermophysical Properties of Li2+4xZr4−xO3 Ceramics
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Kinetics of the Catalytic Thermal Degradation of Sugarcane Residual Biomass Over Rh-Pt/CeO2-SiO2 for Syngas Production
This research was funded by Colciencias (Francisco Jose de Caldas Fund) and Universidad de La Sabana through the Project ING-221 (Colciencias contract 548–2019) and The International Relations
Evaluation of Me-Li2CuO2 Solid Solutions (Where Me = Ni, Fe, and Mn) during CO2 and CO Chemisorption
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Preparation and High-Temperature CO2 Capture Properties of Nanocrystalline Na2ZrO3
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CO Oxidation and Subsequent CO2 Chemisorption on Alkaline Zirconates: Li2ZrO3 and Na2ZrO3
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