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The Potential of the CO 2 reforming of CH 4 as a method of CO 2 mitigation . A thermodynamic study

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  title={The Potential of the CO 2 reforming of CH 4 as a method of CO 2 mitigation . A thermodynamic study},
  author={Da Treacy and Julian R. H. Ross}
}

The Insignificant Role of Dry Reforming of Methane in CO2 Emission Relief

Professor Yu Han is acknowledged for insightful review and discussions. We are grateful for financial support from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST).

About how to capture and exploit the CO 2 surplus that nature, per se, is not capable of fixing

This work classified CO2 removal from the atmosphere into biological, inorganic and hybrid systems for CO2 transformation, and suggested that hybrid systems should be environmentally compatible and powered by renewable energy sources.

Développement de catalyseurs pour la réaction de conversion du gaz à l'eau dans le cadre de la production d'hydrogène par vapogazéification de la biomasse

Le projet Europeen UNIfHY a vu le jour dans une optique de production d’hydrogene a partir de biomasse pour le remplacement des energies fossiles. La purification des gaz produits par la

Can nanodiamonds grow in serpentinite-hosted hydrothermal systems? A theoretical modelling study

Abstract Nanodiamonds can be synthesized hydrothermally in the laboratory by using a C-O-H fluid in the graphite stability field, in which the graphite/nanodiamond transition depends on the crystal

Ni–Al layered double hydroxides as catalyst precursors for CO2 removal by methanation

The effect of nickel content on the structure and activity of co-precipitated Ni–Al layered double hydroxides (LDHs) as catalyst precursors for CO2 removal by methanation was studied by variation of

PRODUCTION OF CARBON-NEUTRAL HYDROCARBONS FROM CO2 AND H2 IN LIEU OF CARBON CAPTURE AND SEQUESTRATION (CCS)

To ensure an environmentally sustainable future, the problem of CO2 emissions must be addressed by implementing carbon-neutral energy systems. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is a group of