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Thermodynamic and kinetic analysis of aqueous phase reforming by high pressure and temperature microfluidics

Aqueous phase reforming (APR) is an appealing process to produce hydrogen from widely available resources. In this project, the process of APR is implemented in a dedicated microfluidic reactor, using  dedicated metal-based catalysts which are immobilised on a solid support.

Project leader: Dr. Severine Le Gac

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Appointed for the project

Renée Ripken (MSc)
University of Twente