Exploitation Properties of Ni-Pd/Al2O3 Catalyst Supported on Ceramic Foam
The goal of this research was to examine exploitation properties of Ni-Pd/Al2O3 catalyst supported on α-Al2O3 based foam in the dry methane reforming. The catalyst was prepared by using aerosol method. Chloride precursors for Ni and Pd were reduced by hydrogen at low temperature of 533 K, without previous calcination. The reforming experiment was performed for 3 h, with standing time of 1 h for each of the following temperatures: 873, 973 and 1023 K. Conclusions on selectivity, catalytic activity and stability were made on the basis of CO and H2 yields.
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