Dry Reforming of Methane to Syngas and Subsequent Products, The
Synthesis Gas, or syngas (a combination of Hydrogen and Carbon Monoxide) can be used in a plethora of different chemical processes and processing plants. Utilizing Steam reforming of methane has been the accepted method to create syngas and it utilized on an industrial scale. Steam reforming of methane results in the formation of Carbon Dioxide (a greenhouse gas) that has to be dealt with so the impact on the environment can be minimized. Dry-reforming of methane uses Carbon Dioxide as a feed, instead of a by-product and creates a better stoichiometric amount of syngas compared to the Steam ...
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