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Pinto, D. (author)
CH4 and CO2 are ideal candidates in the context of C1 chemistry as alternatives to oil-based feedstocks for chemicals and fuels production, due to their abundancy, low cost and potential to develop a closed carbon cycle.<br/><br/>Large scale utilisation of CO2 in the chemical industry is currently limited to a few applications (e.g. synthesis of...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Phongprueksathat, N. (author)
Since the industrial revolution in the 1760s, the CO2 concentration in the atmosphere has been rising incessantly driving global warming closer to the point of no return. The world requires urgent actions to not only reduce CO2 emissions but also capture the CO2 for utilization to mitigate the future environmental crisis. CO2 hydrogenation to...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Bunea, S. (author)
Polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) water electrolysis represents a promising technology for the sustainable, emission-free hydrogen production from renewable energy, as it is able to quickly respond to fluctuations in the renewable energy supply. Nevertheless, natural scarcity of iridium, which is used as catalyst for the anodic water oxidation...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Franz, R.P.M. (author)
The abundance of methane has led to a strong interest to use methane as a feedstock in the chemical industry. One of the main challenges is the initial activation of the methane molecule. In this thesis, heterogeneous catalysts for two different methane conversion processes are investigated. Firstly, the deactivation of supported Ni catalysts...
doctoral thesis 2021
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