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Hydrogen release from liquid organic hydrogen carriers catalysed by platinum on rutile-anatase structured titania

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Abstract

A liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC) is an interesting concept for hydrogen storage. We describe herein a new, active catalyst system for dehydrogenation of perhydrogenated dibenzyl toluene (H18-DBT), which is a promising LOHC candidate. Pt supported on a rutile-anatase form of titania was found to be more active than Pt supported on anatase-only titania, or on alumina, and almost equally active as Pt supported on carbon. Robust and durable metal oxide supports are preferred for catalysing reactions at high temperatures.

Graphical abstract: Hydrogen release from liquid organic hydrogen carriers catalysed by platinum on rutile-anatase structured titania

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Submitted
14 Dec 2019
Accepted
07 Jan 2020
First published
08 Jan 2020

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Chem. Commun., 2020, Advance Article
Article type
Communication

Hydrogen release from liquid organic hydrogen carriers catalysed by platinum on rutile-anatase structured titania

P. T. Aakko-Saksa, M. Vehkamäki, M. Kemell, L. Keskiväli, P. Simell, M. Reinikainen, U. Tapper and T. Repo, Chem. Commun., 2020, Advance Article , DOI: 10.1039/C9CC09715E

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