29 Apr '17, 1pm

Oita team develops new process for producing #hydrogen from ammonia without external heat source

Oita team develops new process for producing #hydrogen from ammonia without external heat source

Conventional production of hydrogen from ammonia by catalytic decomposition is challenging because the endothermic nature of ammonia decomposition requires that the catalyst be continuously heated by an external heat source during the reaction. Typically, the Oita team noted, a high temperature is needed for ammonia decomposition; for example, equilibrium calculations show that a temperature of 400°C is required to convert 99.1% of ammonia to its decomposition products at 0.1 MPa. Heating the catalyst from room temperature to the required reaction temperature using an external heat source takes time and energy.

Full article: http://www.greencarcongress.com/2017/04/20170429-oita.html

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