By Martin, John H.
This quantity includes peer-reviewed manuscripts describing the medical and technological advances awarded on the sixth ordinary fuel Conversion Sumposium held in Alaska in June 2001. This symposium keeps the culture of excellence and the prestige because the leading technical assembly during this quarter proven through earlier conferences.
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Spivey, E. H. V. All rights reserved. 33 The synthesis of dimethyi ether from syngas obtained by catalytic partial oxidation of methane and air Hengyong XU, Qingjie GE, Wenzhao LI*, Shoufu HOU, Chunying YU and Meilin JIA Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Dalian, 116023, China The synthesis of dimethyl ether (DME) from nitrogen-containing syngas produced by the catalytic partial oxidation (CPO) of methane and air has been investigated. 8MPa over Ni-based catalyst.
Table 2. DME synthesis from syngas containing N2 over different Cu-based catalysts Catalysts Temp. Cony. Selectivity, % . . Selec. 45 .... 6 Notei 1. DME selectivity in organic products; 2. CZZ: Cu-ZnO-ZrO2;3. CZA: Cu-znO-Al203. ' It is seen from Table 2 that in the presence of nearly 40% N2, DME synthesis takes place over all the catalysts studied here. 5% DME yield. DME selectivity to all organic products is over 99%. A slightly lower activity was observed over Cu-ZnO-ZrOz/A1203HZSM-5, but this catalyst has a higher mechanical strength.
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