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Advances in CO2 Conversion and Utilization by Yun Hang Hu

By Yun Hang Hu

content material: CONTENTS; PREFACE; 1. SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FERRITE fabrics FOR THERMOCHEMICAL CO2 SPLITTING utilizing centred solar power; ANDREA AMBROSINI, ERIC N. COKER, MARK A. RODRIGUEZ, STEPHANIE LIVERS, LINDSEY R. EVANS, JAMES E. MILLER, AND ELLEN B. STECHEL; 2. PHOTOCATALYTIC relief OF CO2 utilizing H2 AS REDUCTANT OVER good BASE PHOTOCATALYSTS; KENTARO TERAMURA AND TSUNEHIRO TANAKA; three. CO2 SPLITTING through THE sunlight THERMOCHEMICAL CYCLE in response to ZN/ZNO REDOX REACTIONS; PETER G. LOUTZENHISER, ANTON MEIER, DANIEL GSTOEHL, AND ALDO STEINFELD; four. HYDROTHERMAL CONVERSION OF CO2 INTO VALUE-ADDED items: a possible know-how for bettering worldwide CARBON CYCLE; FANGMING JIN, ZHIBAO HUO, XU ZENG, AND HEIJI ENOMOTO; five. ELECTROCATALYTIC relief OF CO2 TO SMALL natural MOLECULE FUELS ON steel CATALYSTS; WENZHEN LI; 6. CO2 CHEMISTRY AT NANKAI team: CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF CO2 INTO VALUE-ADDED chemical compounds; LIANG-NIAN HE, ZHEN-ZHEN YANG, AN-HUA LIU, AND JIAN GAO; 7. OXIDATIVE DEHYDROGENATION OF ETHANE TO AND

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Reduction of CO2 into formic acid in the presence of glucose suggests that hydrogen is produced from glucose under hydrothermal conditions. To verify the production of hydrogen, gas products from glucose in alkaline hydrothermal reaction were analyzed. Results showed that hydrogen was detected in the gas products of hydrothermal reaction of glucose. Figure 7 gives the change of hydrogen amount with NaOH concentration. The amount of hydrogen increases with the increase in NaOH concentration. Figure 7.

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