Renewable hydrogen and carbon nanotubes from biodiesel waste glycerol

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In this report, we introduce a novel and commercially viable method to recover renewable hydrogen and carbon nanotubes from waste glycerol produced in the biodiesel process. Gas-phase catalytic reforming converts glycerol to clean hydrogen fuel and by replacing the problematical coke formed on the catalyst with high value carbon nanotubes, added value can… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/srep02742

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