CO2 hydrogenation to methanol catalyzed by Ni5Ga3 metal alloy

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Yuhan Men

University of Melbourne - Department of Chemical Engineering

Xin Fang

University of Melbourne - Department of Chemical Engineering

Fan Wu

University of Melbourne - Department of Chemical Engineering

Ranjeet Singh

University of Melbourne - Department of Chemical Engineering

Penny Xiao

The University of Melbourne, School of Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering

Qinghu Zhao

affiliation not provided to SSRN

Paul A. Webley

The University of Melbourne, School of Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering

David Danaci

University of Melbourne - Department of Chemical Engineering

Abstract

Abstract not provided to SSRN.

Keywords: CO2 use for production of algae or chemicals, GHGT-14

Suggested Citation

Men, Yuhan and Fang, Xin and Wu, Fan and Singh, Ranjeet and Xiao, Penny and Zhao, Qinghu and Webley, Paul A. and Danaci, David, CO2 hydrogenation to methanol catalyzed by Ni5Ga3 metal alloy. 14th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference Melbourne 21-26 October 2018 (GHGT-14) . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3366044

Yuhan Men

University of Melbourne - Department of Chemical Engineering

Parkville, 2010
Australia

Xin Fang

University of Melbourne - Department of Chemical Engineering

Parkville, 2010
Australia

Fan Wu

University of Melbourne - Department of Chemical Engineering

Parkville, 2010
Australia

Ranjeet Singh

University of Melbourne - Department of Chemical Engineering

Parkville, 2010
Australia

Penny Xiao

The University of Melbourne, School of Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering ( email )

Parkville, 2010
Australia

Qinghu Zhao

affiliation not provided to SSRN

No Address Available

Paul A. Webley (Contact Author)

The University of Melbourne, School of Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering ( email )

Parkville, 2010
Australia

David Danaci

University of Melbourne - Department of Chemical Engineering

Parkville, 2010
Australia

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