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Dr. Hyun Ju Park, Ho-Dong Kim, Dr. Tae-Wan Kim, Dr. Kwang-Eun Jeong, Dr. Ho-Jeong Chae, Dr. Soon-Yong Jeong, Dr. Young-Min Chung, Prof. Young-Kwon Park and Dr. Chul-Ung Kim Production of Biohydrogen by Aqueous Phase Reforming of Polyols over Platinum Catalysts Supported on Three-Dimensionally Bimodal Mesoporous Carbon ChemSusChem 5

Version of Record online: 13 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201100606

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Now in 3D! Three-dimensionally bimodal carbons (3D-BMC) with mesopores of tunable size (controlled through the polymerization of the carbon precursor) are synthesized. After loading with platinum, the catalysts are used in aqueous phase reforming of polyols, and show superior performance in terms of carbon conversion, hydrogen yield, selectivity, and hydrogen production rate compared to platinum catalysts supported on activated carbon or two-dimensional CMK-3.

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