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|Photocatalytic production of methane and Hydrogen through reduction of carbon Dioxide with water using titania pellets
|International Journal of Green Energy, 2006; 3(3):283-290
|Taylor & Francis Inc.
|Seng Sing Tan, Linda Zou, Eric Hu
|This paper presents an experimental study on employing a pellet form of catalyst in photo-reduction of carbon dioxide with water. Water was first absorbed into titania pellets. Highly purified carbon dioxide gas was then discharged into a reactor containing the wet pellets, which were then illuminated continuously for 65 hours using UVC lamps. Analysing the products accumulated in the reactor confirmed that methane and hydrogen were produced through photo-reduction of carbon dioxide with water. No other hydrocarbons were detected. Increasing the temperature in the reactor has showed little change on the amount of methane produced.
Reduction of CO2
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