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From Douglas fir to renewable H2-enriched syngas via ex situ catalytic pyrolysis over metal nanoparticles–nanocellulose derived carbon catalysts

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Abstract

A carbon catalyst, which was derived from nanocellulose (NC) and doped with uniform sized and well dispersed metal nanoparticles, showed optimal performance for the generation of H2-enriched (67.4 vol%) syngas during the catalytic pyrolysis of biomass. This study provides a new route for renewable H2 production by biomass pyrolysis over a green NC-based catalyst.

Graphical abstract: From Douglas fir to renewable H2-enriched syngas via ex situ catalytic pyrolysis over metal nanoparticles–nanocellulose derived carbon catalysts

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Submitted
26 Sep 2019
Accepted
29 Dec 2019
First published
30 Dec 2019

Sustainable Energy Fuels, 2020, Advance Article
Article type
Communication

From Douglas fir to renewable H2-enriched syngas via ex situ catalytic pyrolysis over metal nanoparticles–nanocellulose derived carbon catalysts

Y. Zhang, D. Duan, H. Lei, C. Wang, M. Qian, E. Villota and W. Mateo, Sustainable Energy Fuels, 2020, Advance Article , DOI: 10.1039/C9SE00860H

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