A Short Review on the Catalytic Activity of Hydrotalcite-Derived Materials for Dry Reforming of Methane
AbstractNickel-containing hydrotalcite-derived materials have been recently proposed as promising materials for methane dry reforming (DRM). Based on a literature review and on the experience of the authors, this review focuses on presenting past and recent achievements on increasing activity and stability of hydrotalcite-based materials for DRM. The use of different NiMgAl and NiAl hydrotalcite (HT) precursors, various methods for nickel introduction into HT structure, calcination conditions and promoters are discussed. HT-derived materials containing nickel generally exhibit high activity in DRM; however, the problem of preventing catalyst deactivation by coking, especially below 700 °C, is still an open question. The proposed solutions in the literature include: catalyst regeneration either in oxygen atmosphere or via hydrogasification; or application of various promoters, such as Zr, Ce or La, which was proven to enhance catalytic stability. View Full-Text
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Dębek, R.; Motak, M.; Grzybek, T.; Galvez, M.E.; Da Costa, P. A Short Review on the Catalytic Activity of Hydrotalcite-Derived Materials for Dry Reforming of Methane. Catalysts 2017, 7, 32.
Dębek R, Motak M, Grzybek T, Galvez ME, Da Costa P. A Short Review on the Catalytic Activity of Hydrotalcite-Derived Materials for Dry Reforming of Methane. Catalysts. 2017; 7(1):32.Chicago/Turabian Style
Dębek, Radosław; Motak, Monika; Grzybek, Teresa; Galvez, Maria E.; Da Costa, Patrick. 2017. "A Short Review on the Catalytic Activity of Hydrotalcite-Derived Materials for Dry Reforming of Methane." Catalysts 7, no. 1: 32.
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