Autonomous catalytic hydrogen generator based on bioethanol steam reforming
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The generator is based on bioethanol steam reforming over the developed ferrite catalyst. The generator admits the utilization of thermal energy of the reaction mixture for vaporization and heating the input water-alcohol mixture. The generator is characterized by a simple single-stage design without a stage for hydrogen purification.
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