, Volume 75, Issue 17–18, pp 1057–1068 | Cite as

GC of Catalytic Reactions Products Involved in the Promising Fuel Synthesis

  • V. ZheivotEmail author
  • N. Sazonova


Catalytic reactions involved in the synthesis of the promising kinds of novel fuel and products formed in these reactions were systematized according to the resulting fuel type. Generalization of the retention of the substances comprising these products is presented. Chromatograms exhibiting their separation on chromatographic materials with the surface of different chemical properties are summarized. We propose procedures for gas-chromatographic analysis of the catalytic reactions products formed in the synthesis of hydrogen, methanol, dimethyl ether and hydrocarbons as a new generation of fuel alternative to petroleum and coal. For partial oxidation of methane into synthesis gas, on-line determination of the components obtained in the reaction was carried out by gas chromatography and gas analyzer based on different physicochemical methods (IR spectroscopy and electrochemical methods). Similarity of the results obtained using these methods is demonstrated.


Gas chromatography Catalytic reactions of new fuel synthesis Catalytic reaction products Systematization Analysis 



Assistance of senior engineer V.N. Krivoruchko and Dr. G.G. Dultseva in preparation of this paper is gratefully acknowledged.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of SciencesNovosibirskRussian Federation

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