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Direct conversion of cellulose into hydrogen by aqueous-phase reforming process

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Title
Direct conversion of cellulose into hydrogen by aqueous-phase reforming process
Abstract

Cellulose can be efficiently converted into hydrogen by an environmentally benign one-pot aqueous-phase reforming (APR) process over Pt/C catalyst. The hydrogen selectivity and yield were significantly higher than those for the glucose reforming and even comparable with those for the sorbitol reforming under similar conditions. It was found that this process involved the slow hydrolysis of cellulose to glucose and the subsequent rapid reforming of glucose to H2. The relatively high efficiency for H2 production was ascribed to the slow hydrolysis of cellulose, which was catalyzed by the H+ reversibly formed in water during the reaction.

Keywords
Aqueous-phase reforming; Cellulose; Hydrogen
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Catalysis Communications - Volume 11, Issue 6, 20 February 2010, Pages 522–526
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Catalysis
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