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Engineering heterogenous catalysts for chemical CO2 utilization: Lessons from thermal catalysis and advantages of yolk@shell structured nanoreactors

Price, Cameron, Ramirez Reina, Tomas and Liu, Jian (2020) Engineering heterogenous catalysts for chemical CO2 utilization: Lessons from thermal catalysis and advantages of yolk@shell structured nanoreactors Journal of Energy Chemistry.

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Abstract

The development of catalytic materials for the recycling CO2 through a myriad of available processes is an attractive field, especially given the current climate change. While there is increasing publication in this field, the reported catalysts rarely deviate from the traditionally supported metal nanoparticle morphology, with the most simplistic method of enhancement being the addition of more metals to an already complex composition. Encapsulated catalysts, especially yolk@shell catalysts with hollow voids, offer answers to the most prominent issues faced by this field, coking and sintering, and further potential for more advanced phenomena, for example, the confinement effect, to promote selectivity or offer greater protection against coking and sintering. This work serves to demonstrate the current position of catalyst development in the fields of thermal CO2 reforming and hydrogenation, summarizing the most recent work available and most common metals used for these reactions, and how yolk@shell catalysts can offer superior performance and survivability in thermal CO2 reforming and hydrogenation to the more traditional structure. Furthermore, this work will briefly demonstrate the bespoke nature and highly variable yolk@shell structure. Moreover, this review aims to illuminate the spatial confinement effect and how it enhances yolk@shell structured nanoreactors is presented.

Item Type: Article
Divisions : Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences > Chemical and Process Engineering
Authors :
NameEmailORCID
Price, Cameronc.a.price@surrey.ac.uk
Ramirez Reina, Tomast.ramirezreina@surrey.ac.uk
Liu, Jianjian.liu@surrey.ac.uk
Date : 30 August 2020
Copyright Disclaimer : Copyright © 2020 Elsevier B.V.
Uncontrolled Keywords : Yolk@shell; CO2 utilization; Reforming; Hydrogenation;Confinement effect
Depositing User : Diane Maxfield
Date Deposited : 11 Sep 2020 17:08
Last Modified : 11 Sep 2020 17:08
URI: http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/id/eprint/858565

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