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Title: Ultradispersed Hydrocarbon Synthesis Catalyst from CO and H[2] Based on Electroexplosion of Iron Powder
Authors: Popok, Evgeniy Vladimirovich
Levashova, Albina Ivanovna
Chekantsev, Nikita Vitalievich
Kirgina, Mariya Vladimirovna
Rafegerst, K. V.
Keywords: ультрадисперсные углеводороды; углеводороды; катализаторы; синтез; электровзрывы; железные порошки; железо; лазерная дифракция; электронная микроскопия; парамагнитный резонанс; fischer-Tropsch synthesis; ultradisperse catalyst; catalytic activity; hydrocarbon synthesis
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Ultradispersed Hydrocarbon Synthesis Catalyst from CO and H[2] Based on Electroexplosion of Iron Powder [Electronic resource] / E. V. Popok [et al.] // Procedia Chemistry . — 2014 . — Vol. 10 : Chemistry and Chemical Engineering in XXI century . — [P. 20-24] .
Abstract: The structure and properties of disperse particles of electroexplosive iron-based powder are studied with a laser diffraction method, transmission electron microscopy analysis and X-ray photography. The catalytic activity of ultradispersed iron powders in the synthesis of hydrocarbons from CO and H[2] by Fischer - Tropsch method is measured by concentration of the paramagnetic particles with electron paramagnetic resonance. In the laboratory of catalytic plant, hydrocarbons are synthesized at various feed mixture. Composition of liquid and gas products of synthesis are studied. Under explosion conditions, the electric wires of iron powders can be prepared with the specified properties (phase composition, particle size and structure). Powder of Fe (CO) can be used as a catalyst of the Fischer - Tropsch synthesis without reduction since during electrical explosion in an atmosphere of carbon monoxide generated phase structure needed to activate hydrocarbon synthesis reaction of a mixture of CO and H[2].
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