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Nickel-containing systems in reaction of partial oxidation of hydrocarbons S. Galanov, O. I. Sidorova, V. A. Batyreva

By: Galanov, Sergey IContributor(s): Sidorova, Olga I | Batyreva, Vera AMaterial type: ArticleArticleSubject(s): химическое осаждение | никельсодержащие системы | частичное окисление углеводородов | самораспространяющийся высокотемпературный синтезGenre/Form: статьи в журналах Online resources: Click here to access online In: Key engineering materials Vol. 670. P. 33-38Abstract: Nickel dispersion, which provides total catalytically active metal surface, is significant for partial catalytic oxidation of natural gas to obtain high purpose products yield and productivity in syngas. The interaction of reaction medium under high reaction temperatures during 20-25 hours promotes the increase of total square of active Ni component for block catalysts obtained with self-propagating high-temperature synthesis, which allows achieving productivity in syngas 7.1·103 cm3 (syngas)/cm3(catalyst)·hour. It is observed that for catalyst systems obtained with precipitation, chemical composition of oxide phase influences the particles size of metal nickel. For granular catalysts obtained through precipitation after 25-hour exploitation, average particle size (according to CSR) metal nickel is 3-4.5 times smaller than Ni in catalysts obtained with self-propagating high-temperature synthesis. This allows achieving productivity in syngas 8.1·103 cm3/сm3·hour, when there is average temperature decrease over the catalytic layer by ~100°С in comparison with blocks acquired through self-propagating high-temperature synthesis.
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Nickel dispersion, which provides total catalytically active metal surface, is significant for partial catalytic oxidation of natural gas to obtain high purpose products yield and productivity in syngas. The interaction of reaction medium under high reaction temperatures during 20-25 hours promotes the increase of total square of active Ni component for block catalysts obtained with self-propagating high-temperature synthesis, which allows achieving productivity in syngas 7.1·103 cm3 (syngas)/cm3(catalyst)·hour. It is observed that for catalyst systems obtained with precipitation, chemical composition of oxide phase influences the particles size of metal nickel. For granular catalysts obtained through precipitation after 25-hour exploitation, average particle size (according to CSR) metal nickel is 3-4.5 times smaller than Ni in catalysts obtained with self-propagating high-temperature synthesis. This allows achieving productivity in syngas 8.1·103 cm3/сm3·hour, when there is average temperature decrease over the catalytic layer by ~100°С in comparison with blocks acquired through self-propagating high-temperature synthesis.

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