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from syngas over supported molybdenum carbide and no commercial process exists as of today, the compositions of H2, CO, CO2, CH4, C2–

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surfaces, were readily converted into metallic iron in dry hydrogen at 350 °C and into iron carbide in dry syngas (H2/CO 2/1 vol/vol) at 325 °

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from syngas over potassium-promoted molybdenum carbide

In the hydrogenation of CO at atmospheric pressure, unsupported molybdenum carbide catalyst produced mostly C1-C5 paraffins. Promotion of the catalyst with

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Synthesis of tungsten carbide nanoparticles in biochar matrix

2015412-Tungsten carbide (WC) nanoparticles were synthesized by carbothermal reduction (CR) of tungsten-promoted biochar. The tungsten carbide nanop

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2016105-Here we show that, under mild reaction conditions, cobalt carbide quadrangular nanoprisms catalyse the FTO conversion of syngas with high se

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WC, and NbC as catalysts for the conversion of syngas into higher discussion of the similarities between metal carbides and more noble metals

Conversion of Syngas into Higher Alcohols over Carbide

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XAFS study on the formation process of cobalt carbide

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from syngas over potassium-promoted molybdenum carbide

In the hydrogenation of CO at atmospheric pressure, unsupported molybdenum carbide catalyst produced mostly C1-C5 paraffins. Promotion of the catalyst with

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reduced in the bimetallic carbide samples than the corresponding monometallic and chemicals with emphasis on the potential for biomass-derived syngas

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to produce silicon carbide and synthesis gas, or “syngas” from old tiresIt is expected to process about 30kg of tire waste every hour, and it

Cobalt carbide nanoprisms for direct production of lower

2016105-Here we show that, under mild reaction conditions, cobalt carbide quadrangular nanoprisms catalyse the FTO conversion of syngas with high se

from syngas over potassium-promoted molybdenum carbide

In the hydrogenation of CO at atmospheric pressure, unsupported molybdenum carbide catalyst produced mostly C1-C5 paraffins. Promotion of the catalyst with