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Development of Ni-Based Catalysts Derived from Hydrotalcite-Like Compounds Precursors for Synthesis Gas Production via Methane or Ethanol Reforming


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Key Laboratory of Coal Science and Technology of Ministry of Education and Shanxi Province, Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan 030024, Shanxi, China

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College of chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan 030024, Shanxi, China

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National Center of Supervision and Inspection for Coal and Coal Chemical Products Quality, Taiyuan 030012, Shanxi, China





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Academic Editor: Simon Penner

Abstract As a favorably clean fuel, syngas synthesis gas production has been the focus of concern in past decades. Substantial literatures reported the syngas production by various catalytic reforming reactions particularly in methane or ethanol reforming. Among the developed catalysts in these reforming processes, Ni-based catalysts from hydrotalcite-like compounds HTLcs precursors have drawn considerable attention for their preferable structural traits. This review covers the recent literature reporting syngas production with Ni-based catalysts from HTLc precursors via methane or ethanol reforming. The discussion was initiated with catalyst preparation including conventional and novel means, followed by subsequent thermal treatment processes, then composition design and the addition of promoters in these catalysts. As Ni-based catalysts have thermodynamic potential to deactivate because of carbon deposition or metal sintering, measures for dealing with these problems were finally summarized. To obtain optimal catalytic performances and resultantly better syngas production, based on analyzing the achievements of the references, some perspectives were finally proposed. View Full-Text

Keywords: nickel; synthesis gas; methane reforming; hydrotalcite; ethanol reforming nickel; synthesis gas; methane reforming; hydrotalcite; ethanol reforming





Author: Ya-Li Du 1,3,* , Xu Wu 2, Qiang Cheng 2, Yan-Li Huang 2 and Wei Huang 1,*

Source: http://mdpi.com/



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