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Development of a tubular continuous flow reactor for the investigation of improved gas–solid interaction in photocatalytic CO2 reduction on TiO2

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Abstract

A self-made, low-cost tubular reactor for the gas-phase photocatalytic CO2 reduction was developed. The resulting flow conditions cause an intensive interaction between the reactants in the gas-phase and the fixed bed photocatalyst. This approach is used to test the scalability of tubular reactors for the photocatalytic CO2 reduction.

Graphical abstract: Development of a tubular continuous flow reactor for the investigation of improved gas–solid interaction in photocatalytic CO2 reduction on TiO2

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The article was received on 14 Nov 2018, accepted on 21 Jan 2019 and first published on 22 Jan 2019


Article type: Communication
DOI: 10.1039/C8PP00518D
Photochem. Photobiol. Sci., 2019,18, 314-318
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    Development of a tubular continuous flow reactor for the investigation of improved gas–solid interaction in photocatalytic CO2 reduction on TiO2

    M. Dilla, A. E. Becerikli, A. Jakubowski, R. Schlögl and S. Ristig, Photochem. Photobiol. Sci., 2019, 18, 314
    DOI: 10.1039/C8PP00518D

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