279Catalyst and Natural Gas Partial Oxidation


Abstract:

As synthesis gas production for use in the chemical industry has a significant importance, in this study, a set of production methods of this essential article in the industry is examined. The three main methods used for the production of synthesis gas and wrap. As well as the thermodynamic conditions has been trying do if accepted, any reactions, catalyst and the advantage of each of these methods of expression, reviewed in this article are the best method for producing oncom important offer.

Keywords:

catalyst, partial oxidation, syn gas, reforming

 

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