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Ethanol steam reforming for hydrogen production over hierarchical macroporous mesoporous SBA-15 supported nickel nanoparticles

DOI: 10.1007/s11244-020-01265-4 DOI Help

Authors: Christopher M. A. Parlett (University of Manchester; Diamond Light Source; The University of Manchester at Harwell) , Lee J. Durndell (University of Plymouth) , Mark A. Isaacs (HarwellXPS; University College London) , Xiaotong Liu (University of Hull; Queen’s University Belfast; Vision Academy) , Chunfei Wu (Queen’s University Belfast)
Co-authored by industrial partner: No

Type: Journal Paper
Journal: Topics In Catalysis , VOL 63 , PAGES 403 - 412

State: Published (Approved)
Published: May 2020

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Abstract: The influence of complementary macropores, present in hierarchical macroporous mesoporous SBA-15, on the performance of supported Ni nanoparticles for ethanol steam reforming has been investigated. The increased open nature of the architecture, afforded through the incorporation of the secondary macropore network, enables superior metal dispersion. This, in turn, enhances catalytic hydrogen production performance through the generation of a greater density of active sites.

Journal Keywords: Hierarchical porous materials; Macroporous mesoporous SBA-15; Hydrogen production; Ethanol steam reforming; Nickel; Nanoparticles

Subject Areas: Chemistry, Materials, Energy

Facility: HarwellXPS

Added On: 14/12/2020 10:52

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