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Impact of heating rate and solvent on Ni-based catalysts prepared by solution combustion method for syngas methanation

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Ni-Al2O3 catalysts prepared by solution combustion method for syngas methanation were enhanced by employing various heating rate and different solvent. The catalytic properties were tested in syngas methanation. The result indicates that both of heating rate and solvent remarkably affect Ni particle size, which is a key factor to the catalytic activity of Ni-Al2O3 catalysts for syngas methanation. Moreover, the relationship between Ni particle size and the production rate of methane per unit mass was correlated. The optimal Ni-Al2O3 catalyst prepared in ethanol at 2°C/min, achieves a maximum production rate of methane at the mean size of 20.8 nm.
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16
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4
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95-100
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2014-12-01
online
2014-12-11
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  • East China University of Science and Technology, Engineering Research Center of Large Scale Reactor Engineering and Technology, Ministry of Education, State Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, Shanghai, China 200237
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  • East China University of Science and Technology, Engineering Research Center of Large Scale Reactor Engineering and Technology, Ministry of Education, State Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, Shanghai, China 200237
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  • East China University of Science and Technology, Engineering Research Center of Large Scale Reactor Engineering and Technology, Ministry of Education, State Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, Shanghai, China 200237
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  • East China University of Science and Technology, Engineering Research Center of Large Scale Reactor Engineering and Technology, Ministry of Education, State Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, Shanghai, China 200237 , wying@ecust.edu.cn
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  • East China University of Science and Technology, Engineering Research Center of Large Scale Reactor Engineering and Technology, Ministry of Education, State Key Laboratory of Chemical Engineering, Shanghai, China 200237
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