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Dr. Daniela Capoferri, Dr. Barbara Cucchiella, Dr. Gaetano Iaquaniello, Dr. Alessia Mangiapane, Dr. Salvatore Abate and Prof. Gabriele Centi Catalytic Partial Oxidation and Membrane Separation to Optimize the Conversion of Natural Gas to Syngas and Hydrogen ChemSusChem 4

Article first published online: 22 NOV 2011 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201100260

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Very synsible: The multistep integration of hydrogen-selective membranes into catalytic partial oxidation technology to convert natural gas into syngas and hydrogen is reported. Obtaining the same feed conversion at milder operating conditions translates into reduced natural gas consumption (and CO2 emissions) and a reduction in variable operative costs of approximately 10 % compared to conventional catalytic partial oxidation.

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