Hydrogen production via catalytic steam reforming of m-cresol over Ni-Fe/HZSM-5 catalyst
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© 2016, China National Chemical Information Center. All right reserved.Ni/HZSM-5, Ni-Fe/HZSM-5 and Fe/HZSM-5 catalysts are prepared by co-precipitation method. XRD, BET and SEM are used for characterization of the resultant catalysts. With m-cresol as bio-oil compound, the hydrogen production via catalytic steam reforming is performed on fixed bed reactor. The influence of catalysts, reaction temperature, reaction time and steam/carbon ratio are explored for the catalytic steam reforming reaction. The best catalytic performance is obtained by using Ni-Fe/HZSM-5 at reaction temperature of 650?, with the reaction time of 120 min and steam/carbon ratio of 8. Under this condition, hydrogen yield reaches the highest value (54%).
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