P-W-BRC-60 CO2 Activation via Chemical Looping Dry Reforming

Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Ballroom C (Galt House Hotel)
Michelle Najera1, Hannah Grace1, Saurabh Bhavsar1,2 and Götz Veser1,2, (1)University of Pittsburgh, USA, (2)National Energy Technology Laboratory, USA.
Beyond sequestration, CO2 activation (and, ultimately, re-utilization) offers a promising pathway towards reducing the carbon footprint of our existing energy and fuels production. We demonstrate here that Fe@CeO2 is a highly promising material opening the pathway for CLDR as a novel process for CO2 activation via reduction to CO.

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