Oxidation of methane over a Rh/Al_2O_3 catalyst using microfabricated reactors with integrated heating

  • Younes-Metzler O
  • Johansen J
  • Thorsteinsson S
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Microfabricated reactors with integrated local heating were fabricated
for investigating fast exothermic reactions with independent control
of temperature and flow rate. As an example, oxidation of methane
over a supported rhodium catalyst was investigated. The reaction
was studied at different oxygen-to-methane ratios, covering both
fuel-lean and fuel-rich compositions with full and partial oxidation.
Good agreement with previously reported results indicates that the
microfabricated reactors are useful for studying fast exothermic

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  • O Younes-Metzler

  • J Johansen

  • S Thorsteinsson

  • S Jensen

  • O Hansen

  • U J Quaade

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