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Autothermal reforming of methane to syngas using co-precipitated Ni-(La2O3)x-(ZrO2)1−x catalyst

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Two different catalysts, Ni-(ZrO2) and Ni-(La2O3)0.1-(ZrO2)0.9, were synthesized to use as catalysts in the autothermal reforming of methane. Ni-(ZrO2) catalyst without lanthanum prepared in this study has a good initial performance, but as the reactions keep progressing, the activities gradually decrease. In contrast, the activities of Ni-(La2O3)0.1-(ZrO2)0.9 catalyst have high thermal stability and coke resistance due to the presence of La. Both methane conversion and hydrogen yield of Ni-(La2O3)0.1-(ZrO2)0.9 in non-reduced form are better than reduced form and as good as commercial Ni-based catalyst (ICI 57-4).

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering, Korea University, 1 Anam-Dong, Sungbuk-Ku, Seoul 136-701, South Korea; 2: Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Research Department, Korea Institute of Energy Research, 71-2 Jang-dong, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 304-345, South Korea


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