Kamila MICHALSKA, Janusz KRUK* – New Chemical Syntheses Institute, Puławy, Poland
Please cite as: CHEMIK 2016, 70, 8, 426–431
Steam reforming of natural gas is currently the most common process, starting the natural gas conversion to carbon monoxide and hydrogen, which are substrates for multiple syntheses of basic products vital for the economy. The process is conducted in gas heated tubular reactors filled with relevant catalyst. The process of methane conversion with steam, represented by the equation (1), is one of the most common processes of chemical engineering.
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