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Towards practical application of H2 generation from ammonia decomposition guided by rational catalyst design

AuthorsGarcía-Bordejé, José Enrique
Issue Date2014
PublisherTaylor & Francis
CitationCatalysis Reviews-Science and Engineering 56(2): 220-237 (2014)
AbstractThis perspective article focuses on the recent advances in the rational design of catalyst for NH3 decomposition at different length scales, from catalyst nanoparticles to reactor design. For an overall optimum performance, all scales should be optimised in a concerted manner. The study of the mechanism of reaction has given guidelines for the catalyst design. As far as reactor design is concerned, a structured reactor is beneficial for this reaction because minimises the inhibiting effect of produced H2, besides other inherent advantages. This holistic optimisation of catalysts, it is expected to pave the way for application of NH3 as H2 storage media.
E-ISSN1520-5703 (Online)
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