Development of new fibrous nanocatalysts for methane reforming
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Fibrous catalysts were prepared by an eggshell membrane-templating process and an electrospinning process. The microstructure and catalytic performances in methane reforming were studied as functions of preparation parameters. The fibrous catalysts combines the advantages of porous catalysts and non-porous catalysts, and the high dispersion at high catalyst loadings and fast mass transfer can be achieved, showing high potential for industrial applications.
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