Low-temperature alkaline pyrolysis of sewage sludge for enhanced H2 production with in-situ carbon capture

  title={Low-temperature alkaline pyrolysis of sewage sludge for enhanced H2 production with in-situ carbon capture},
  author={Ming Zhao and Fan Wang and Yiran Fan and Abdul Raheem and Hui Zhou},
  journal={International Journal of Hydrogen Energy},
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Sewage sludge is a potential source of H2-rich fuel via a catalytic thermo-chemical reaction, which can facilitate the economical disposal of this hazardous waste. In this study, dry sludge is subj...
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