05.05.2020 - 05.05.2020 in Online
Webinar: Texture Of Heterogenous Catalysts: Surface Area and Porosity
The catalytic steam reforming of methane produces 48% of worldwide hydrogen. A catalyst can be defined in many ways but generally it is a substance that, when added in the balance of a chemical reaction, accelerates the achievement of the chemical equilibrium between reactants and products without influencing the thermodynamic equilibrium of the process. Catalysts are not consumed during the reaction but are submitted to a slow transformation with use, causing a general decrease of the activity and/or selectivity. For these reasons the basic characterization of catalysts is of fundamental importance to control the production quality, to evaluate their lifetime and/or possible regeneration and to forecast the catalytic behavior and performance.
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