Direct Methane to Methanol

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  • Author : Vladimir Arutyunov
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 320 pages
  • ISBN : 0444632514
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Direct Methane to Methanol

Direct Methane to Methanol
  • Author : Vladimir Arutyunov
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 30 January 2014
GET THIS BOOK Direct Methane to Methanol

Direct Methane to Methanol: Foundations and Prospects of the Process offers a state-of-the-art account of one of the most interesting and potentially commercial technologies for direct conversion of natural gas into valuable chemicals. The book thoroughly explains the complex and unusual chemistry of the process, as well as possible applications for direct methane to methanol (DMTM). It covers topics involving thermokinetics, pressure, direct oxidation of heavier alkanes, and more, and provides detailed appendices with experimental data and product yields. This

Direct Methane to Methanol

Direct Methane to Methanol
  • Author : Meenakshi Awasthi
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 01 March 2015
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The oxidative coupling of methane (OCM) is a type of chemical reaction discovered in the 1980s for the direct conversion of natural gas, primarily consisting of methane, into value-added chemicals. Direct conversion of methane into other useful products is one of the most challenging subjects to be studied in heterogeneous catalysis. [1] Methane activation is difficult because of its thermodynamic stability with a noble gas-like electronic configuration. The tetrahedral arrangement of strong C-H bonds. (435 kj/mol) offer no functional group, magnetic

Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol

Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 21 January 1992
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We proposed to demonstrate the effectiveness of a catalytic membrane reactor (a ceramic membrane combined with a catalyst) to selectively produce methanol by partial oxidation of methane. Methanol is used as a chemical feedstock, gasoline additive, and turbine fuel. Methane partial oxidation using a catalytic membrane reactor has been determined as one of the promising approaches for methanol synthesis from methane. In the original proposal, the membrane was used to be used to selectively remove methanol from the reaction zone

Theoretical Insights Into the Selective Oxidation of Methane to Methanol

Theoretical Insights Into the Selective Oxidation of Methane to Methanol
  • Author : Allegra Latimer
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  • Release : 21 January 2022
GET THIS BOOK Theoretical Insights Into the Selective Oxidation of Methane to Methanol

While the search for catalysts capable of directly converting methane to higher value commodity chemicals and liquid fuels has been active for over a century, a viable industrial process for selective methane activation has yet to be developed. Generally, this failure has been attributed to two primary difficulties: (1) the high barriers required to activate methane (activity), and (2) the higher activity of the C-H bonds in methanol compared to methane (selectivity). In this thesis, we delve into both of these problems

Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol Quarterly Project Status Report January 1 1994 March 31 1994

Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol  Quarterly Project Status Report  January 1  1994  March 31  1994
  • Author : Anonim
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  • Release : 21 January 1994
GET THIS BOOK Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol Quarterly Project Status Report January 1 1994 March 31 1994

We proposed to demonstrate the effectiveness of a catalytic membrane reactor (a ceramic membrane combined with a catalyst) to solely produce methanol by partial oxidation of methane. Methanol is used as a chemical feedstock, gasoline additive, and turbine fuel. Methane partial oxidation using a catalytic membrane reactor has been determined as one of the promising approaches for methanol synthesis from methane. In the original proposal the membrane was used to selectively remove methanol from the reaction zone before carbon oxides

Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol Annual Report October 1993 September 1994

Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol  Annual Report  October 1993  September 1994
  • Author : Anonim
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  • Release : 21 January 1995
GET THIS BOOK Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol Annual Report October 1993 September 1994

We proposed to demonstrate the effectiveness of a catalytic membrane reactor (a ceramic membrane combined with a catalyst) to selectively produce methanol by partial oxidation of methane. Methanol is used as a chemical feedstock, gasoline additive, and turbine fuel. Methane partial oxidation using a catalytic membrane reactor has been determined as one of the promising approaches for methanol synthesis from methane. In the original proposal, the membrane was used to selectively remove methanol from the reaction zone before carbon oxides

Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol Annual Report October 1 1992 September 30 1993

Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol  Annual Report  October 1  1992  September 30  1993
  • Author : Anonim
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  • Release : 21 January 1993
GET THIS BOOK Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol Annual Report October 1 1992 September 30 1993

We proposed to demonstrate the effectiveness of a catalytic membrane reactor (a ceramic membrane combined with a catalyst) to selectively produce methanol by partial oxidation of methane. Methanol is used as a chemical feedstock, gasoline additive, and turbine fuel. Methane partial oxidation using a catalytic membrane reactor has been determined as one of the promising approaches for methanol synthesis from methane. In the original proposal, the membrane was used to selectively remove methanol from the reaction zone before carbon oxides

Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol Quarterly Project Status Report October 1 1992 December 31 1992

Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol  Quarterly Project Status Report  October 1  1992  December 31  1992
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 21 January 1992
GET THIS BOOK Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol Quarterly Project Status Report October 1 1992 December 31 1992

We proposed to demonstrate the effectiveness of a catalytic membrane reactor (a ceramic membrane combined with a catalyst) to selectively produce methanol by partial oxidation of methane. Methanol is used as a chemical feedstock, gasoline additive, and turbine fuel. Methane partial oxidation using a catalytic membrane reactor has been determined as one of the promising approaches for methanol synthesis from methane. In the original proposal, the membrane was used to be used to selectively remove methanol from the reaction zone

Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol Final Report July 19 1990 May 18 1996

Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol  Final Report  July 19  1990  May 18  1996
  • Author : Anonim
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  • Release : 21 January 1998
GET THIS BOOK Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol Final Report July 19 1990 May 18 1996

One objective of this project was to demonstrate the effectiveness of a catalytic membrane reactor (a ceramic membrane combined with a catalyst) to selectively produce methanol by partial oxidation of methane. Methanol is used as a chemical feed stock, gasoline additive, and turbine fuel. Methane partial oxidation using a catalytic membrane reactor has been determined as one of the promising approaches for methanol synthesis from methane. Methanol synthesis and separation in one step would also make methane valuable for producing

Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol Final Report April 13 1995 September 30 1996

Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol  Final Report  April 13  1995  September 30  1996
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 21 January 1998
GET THIS BOOK Direct Methane Conversion to Methanol Final Report April 13 1995 September 30 1996

We proposed to demonstrate the effectiveness of a catalytic membrane reactor (a ceramic membrane combined with a catalyst) to selectively produce methanol by partial oxidation of methane. Methanol is used as a chemical feed stock, gasoline additive, and turbine fuel. Methane partial oxidation using a catalytic membrane reactor has been determined as one of the promising approaches for methanol synthesis from methane. Methanol synthesis and separation in one step would also make methane more valuable for producing chemicals and fuels.