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Catalysts, Volume 9, Issue 1 (January 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) In this contribution, we demonstrate how a waste product of rice production—rice husks—could serve [...] Read more. In this contribution, we demonstrate how a waste product of rice production—rice husks—could serve as a starting material for a catalyst that can convert methane to the lower potent molecule for global warming—carbon dioxide—by total oxidation. CeO2 was separated from Pd onto the inner surface of the rice husk-derived silica, yielding long-term stable and highly active methane combustion catalysts. In this way, methane emissions from energy applications, e.g., from gas turbines of power plants or vehicles, could be reduced. View this paper.