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Wenhao Fang, Dr. Cyril Pirez, Prof. Dr. Sébastien Paul, Dr. Mickaël Capron, Dr. Hervé Jobic, Prof. Dr. Franck Dumeignil and Dr. Louise Jalowiecki-Duhamel Room Temperature Hydrogen Production from Ethanol over CeNiXHZOY Nano-Oxyhydride Catalysts ChemCatChem 5

Article first published online: 21 MAY 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/cctc.201300087

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Taking alcohol from the nanobar: CeNiXHZOY nano-oxyhydride catalysts enable us to completely convert ethanol at 60 °C and produce hydrogen (45 mol % in the gas phase products) through the oxidative steam reforming reaction. The oxyhydrides are obtained through the in situ activation of CeNiXOY nanocompounds in hydrogen at 250 °C. This technology can save energy by using the strong exothermic chemical reaction between the hydride species in the catalyst and O2.

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