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Issue 6, 2017

Utilization of CO2 as a partial substitute for methane feedstock in chemical looping methane–steam redox processes for syngas production

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Abstract

This work describes the unique capability of a novel chemical looping system that utilizes CO2 as a feedstock for methane reforming. This system uses an iron–titanium composite metal oxide and a co-current moving bed reactor system to yield a higher purity of syngas than the conventional CO2 dry reforming system.

Graphical abstract: Utilization of CO2 as a partial substitute for methane feedstock in chemical looping methane–steam redox processes for syngas production

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Submitted
20 Dec 2016
Accepted
13 Feb 2017
First published
13 Feb 2017

Energy Environ. Sci., 2017,10, 1345-1349
Article type
Communication

Utilization of CO2 as a partial substitute for methane feedstock in chemical looping methane–steam redox processes for syngas production

M. Kathe, A. Empfield, P. Sandvik, C. Fryer, Y. Zhang, E. Blair and L. Fan, Energy Environ. Sci., 2017, 10, 1345 DOI: 10.1039/C6EE03701A

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