An Experimental Design for Determining the Optimum Method of Catalyst Preparation for Low Temperature Methanol Steam Reforming

@inproceedings{Amphlett1992AnED,
  title={An Experimental Design for Determining the Optimum Method of Catalyst Preparation for Low Temperature Methanol Steam Reforming},
  author={J. C. Amphlett and Katherine A. M. Creber and John Mark Davis and Russell F. Mann and Brant A. Peppley and Douglas M. Stokes},
  year={1992}
}
Abstract Low temperature catalytic steam reforming of methanol is considered to be a very viable method for supplying hydrogen rich gas to a solid polymer fuel cell. Commercially available low temperature shift catalysts based on CuO\ZnO\Al 2 O 3 work reasonably well for the steam reforming of methanol; however, they are not necessarily the optimum catalysts for this purpose. A statistical fractional factorial approach to optimize a catalyst formulation that is specific for steam reforming of… CONTINUE READING

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