M. Fernanda Neira D'Angelo, Dr. Vitaly Ordomsky, Violeta Paunovic, Dr. John van der Schaaf, Prof. Dr. Jaap C. Schouten and Dr. T. Alexander Nijhuis Hydrogen Production through Aqueous-Phase Reforming of Ethylene Glycol in a Washcoated Microchannel ChemSusChem 6
Left out to dry: Aqueous-phase reforming (APR) of biocarbohydrates is conducted for the first time in a catalytically stable washcoated microchannel in which multiphase hydrogen removal enhances the hydrogen efficiency. The microchannel presents higher conversion of ethylene glycol and higher selectivity to hydrogen than a fixed-bed reactor. The use of microreactor technology for APR allows for a great reduction in the reformer size, which is promising for distributed hydrogen production.
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