Bimetallic Ni-Mo Nitride as the Carbon Dioxide Hydrogenation Catalyst

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The possibility of bimetallic Ni-Mo nitrides usage as the catalysts in carbon dioxide hydrogenation reaction was examined in this work. Powders were synthesized through thermo-programmed reduction of precursor, which was produced by evaporation of the metal-containing solution. Specimens were investigated by x-ray diffraction, thermogravimetry, low-temperature nitrogen adsorption and scanning electron microscopy. It is shown that final powders provide CO2 conversion of 29 % for contact time of 0.26 s.

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Oleg Khasanov

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D. V. Leybo et al., "Bimetallic Ni-Mo Nitride as the Carbon Dioxide Hydrogenation Catalyst", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 872, pp. 3-9, 2014

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