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Asymmetric nickel hollow fibres as the catalytic membrane reactor for CO₂ hydrogenation into syngas
- Wang, Mingming, Tan, Xiaoyao, Wang, Xiaobin, Meng, Bo, Liu, Shaomin
- Chemical communications 2019 v.55 no.29 pp. 4226-4229
- carbon dioxide, catalytic activity, hydrogen, hydrogenation, nickel, spinning, synthesis gas
- Herein, we report the development of highly asymmetric Ni hollow fibres with a dense skin layer integrated on a porous substrate by a single-step spinning and sintering technique. Such hollow fibers display outstanding performance for H₂ separation and excellent catalytic activity, and can directly serve as a catalytic membrane reactor for CO₂ hydrogenation into syngas.