Catalytic activity of aluminium and copper-doped magnetite in the high temperature shift reaction
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Aluminium and copper-doped magnetite was evaluated as high temperature shift catalyst and compared with a hematite-based sample. The first one is less active but can save energy in industrial processes.
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