Formation of compaction products in methane dry reforming on a Ni-containing catalyst
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The formation of compaction products and their morphological features in the process of methane dry reforming on a Ni3Al catalyst were studied. It was shown that the initial porous structure of a sample was retained in the course of reaction, and the formation of carbon deposits did not decrease the catalytic activity of Ni3Al over a long period of time.
KeywordsCatalytic Experiment Isothermal Regime Compaction Product Nickel Crystallite Nickel Carbide
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