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Aqueous phase reforming of glycerol using doped graphenes as metal-free catalysts

Aqueous phase reforming of glycerol using doped graphenes as metal-free catalysts
Hermenegildo Garcia, Ivan Esteve-Adell, Bertrand Crapart, Ana Primo, Philippe Serp
Boron-doped graphene obtained by pyrolysis at 900 [degree]C of the boric acid ester of alginate was found to be the most active graphene among a series of doped and co-doped graphenes to promote the aqueous phase reforming of glycerol at 250 [degree]C.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/GC/~3/L7lJVbwj2Ug/C7GC01058C

DOI: 2017/GC/C7GC01058C

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