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Catalytic combustion of methane over mixed oxides derived from Co-Mg/Al ternary hydrotalcites

Catalytic combustion of methane over mixed oxides derived from Co-Mg/Al ternary hydrotalcites
Catalytic combustion of methane over mixed oxides derived from Co-Mg/Al ternary hydrotalcites
Methane catalytic combustion represents the most efficient and cleanest combustion style, while its widespread applications are restricted by the low-performance and costly catalysts. Our innovative cobalt-based catalysts, derived from anionic clays, provide efficient and affordable materials to replace the costly catalysts in combustors, for high efficiency and near-zero emission of environmental hazards (eg. NOx and VOCs). Our findings would benefit energy economy and environment protection, in particular reducing fuel consumption and mitigating climate changes and ensure energy security in medium term. Shanghai Pujing Chemical Company has contacted us to exploit such materials for flameless combustion of gaseous and liquid fuels.
catalytic combustion, methane, cobalt, hydrotalcite, mixed oxide
0378-3820
97-102
Jiang, Zheng
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Yu, J.J.
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Cheng, J.
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Mao, T.C.
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Jones, M.O.
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Hao, Z.P.
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Edwards, P.P.
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Jiang, Zheng
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Yu, J.J.
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Cheng, J.
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Mao, T.C.
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Jones, M.O.
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Hao, Z.P.
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Edwards, P.P.
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Jiang, Zheng, Yu, J.J., Cheng, J., Mao, T.C., Jones, M.O., Hao, Z.P. and Edwards, P.P. (2010) Catalytic combustion of methane over mixed oxides derived from Co-Mg/Al ternary hydrotalcites. Fuel Processing Technology, 91 (1), 97-102. (doi:10.1016/j.fuproc.2009.08.023).

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Abstract

Methane catalytic combustion represents the most efficient and cleanest combustion style, while its widespread applications are restricted by the low-performance and costly catalysts. Our innovative cobalt-based catalysts, derived from anionic clays, provide efficient and affordable materials to replace the costly catalysts in combustors, for high efficiency and near-zero emission of environmental hazards (eg. NOx and VOCs). Our findings would benefit energy economy and environment protection, in particular reducing fuel consumption and mitigating climate changes and ensure energy security in medium term. Shanghai Pujing Chemical Company has contacted us to exploit such materials for flameless combustion of gaseous and liquid fuels.

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Published date: January 2010
Keywords: catalytic combustion, methane, cobalt, hydrotalcite, mixed oxide
Organisations: Faculty of Engineering and the Environment

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Local EPrints ID: 352789
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/352789
ISSN: 0378-3820
PURE UUID: 0b72caaa-2298-4cf1-a467-a182e26412f9
ORCID for Zheng Jiang: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-7972-6175

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Date deposited: 21 May 2013 10:59
Last modified: 19 Nov 2019 01:36

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Author: Zheng Jiang ORCID iD
Author: J.J. Yu
Author: J. Cheng
Author: T.C. Mao
Author: M.O. Jones
Author: Z.P. Hao
Author: P.P. Edwards

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