Partial oxidation of dimethyl ether to H2/syngas over supported Pt catalyst
|dc.identifier.citation||Chen, Y. and Shao, Z. and Xu, N. 2008. Partial oxidation of dimethyl ether to H2/syngas over supported Pt catalyst. journal of natural gas chemistry. 17 (1): pp. 75-80.|
Dimethyl ether (DME) is a non-toxic fuel with high H/C ratio and high volumetric energy density, and could be served as an ideal source of H2/syngas production for application in solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC). This study presents results of DME partial oxidation over a 1.5 wt% Pt/Ce0.4Zr0.6O2 catalyst under the condition of gas hourly space velocity (GHSV) of 15000-60000 ml/(g·h), molar ratio of O2/DME of 0.5 and 500-700 °C, and this temperature range was also the operation temperature range for intermediate temperature SOFC. The results indicated that the catalyst showed good activity for the selective partial oxidation of DME to H2/syngas. Under the working conditions investigated, DME was completely converted. Increase in reaction temperature enhanced the amount of syngas, but lowered the H2/CO ratio and yield of methane; while increase in reaction GHSV resulted in only slight variation in the distribution of products. The good catalytic activity of Pt supported on Ce0.4Zr0.6O2 for the partial oxidation of DME may be directly associated with the good oxygen storage capacity of the support, which is worth of further investigation to develop materials for application in SOFC. © 2008 CAS/DICP.
|dc.title||Partial oxidation of dimethyl ether to H2/syngas over supported Pt catalyst|
|dcterms.source.title||journal of natural gas chemistry|
|curtin.department||Department of Chemical Engineering|
|curtin.accessStatus||Fulltext not available|
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