Utilization of Greenhouse Gases
Edited by Chang-jun Liu, Richard G. Mallinson, and Michele Aresta
Table of Contents
Section 1: General Overview
1: Carbon dioxide utilization: Greening both the energy and chemical industry. An overview, Michele Aresta
Section 2: Simultaneous Utilization
2: Catalysis in the simultaneous utilization of greenhouse gases, Zhen Yan et al.
3: Novel highly active reforming catalyst system and production of pure H[2 from CH[4 and CO[2 with Pd-Ag membrane reactor, Linsheng Wang, Kazuhisa Murata, and Megumu Inaba
4: Dry reforming of ethane on trimetallic perovskites LaCo[xFe[1[-[xO[3. Characterisations and reactivity, G. Rodriguez et al.
5: Combined Carbon Dioxide and Steam Reforming with Methane in Low Temperature Plasmas, Korada Supat et al.
6: Influence of Electrode Configuration on Direct Methane Conversion with CO[2 asa Co-reactant Using Dielectric-barrier Discharges, Yue-ping Zhang et al.
7: Effect of H2S on the reaction of CH4 with CO2 over titania-supported noble metal catalysts, András Erdöhelyi, Tamás Szailer, and Éva Novák
Section 3: Organic Synthesis with CO[2 as a Reactant
8: A Novel Route for Carbon Dixode Cyloaddition to Propylene Carbonate, Wei Wei, Tong Wei, and Yuhan Sun
9: Catalytic Behavior of Calcium Oxide for Synthesis of Dimethyl Carbonate from Propylene Carbonate and Methanol near Room Temperature, Tong Wei et al.
10: Catalytic Esterification of Carbon Dioxide and Methanol for the Preparation of Dimethyl Carbonate, Fa-hai Cao et al.
11: Electrochemical Reduction of CO[2 on Cu Electrode in Methanol at Low Temperature, Satoshi Kaneco et al.
12: CO[2 hydrogenation over copper-based hybrid catalysts for the synthesis of oxygenates, Son-ki Ihm et al.
13: Methanol Synthesis from H[2/CO/CO[2 over CNTs-Promoted Cu-ZnO-Al[2O[3 Catalyst:CH[3OH Synthesis over CuᵢZn[jAl[k-O[x/CNTs, Hong-Bin Zhang et al.
Section 4: Biochemical Fixation of CO[2
14: Enzymatic Conversion of Carbon Dioxide to Methanol by Dehydrogenases Encapsulated in Sol-gel Matrix, Zhongyi Jiang et al.
15: Towards solar energy conversion into fuels: Design and synthesis of Ruthenium-Manganese Supramolecular complexes to mimic the function of photosystem II., Licheng Sun et al.
Section 5: Methane Valorization
16: Catalytic stability of Ni catalyst for partial oxidation of methane to syngas, Zhenhua Li et al.
17: Benzene and methane partial oxidation in new iron zeolite topologies, Peter-Paul H. J. M. Knops-Gerrits
18: Direct partial oxidation of methane to methanol in a specially design reactor, Qijian Zhang et al.
Section 6: Conversion of Methane and Other Greenhouse Gases via Plasmas or Microwave Heating
19: Plasma catalytic hybrid reforming of methane, Thomas Hammer, Thomas Kappes, and Wolfgang Schiene
20: Methane coupling and reforming using non-equilibrium pulsed discharge at room temperature: Catalyst-pulsed discharge combined system, S. Kado et al.
21: Evaluation of a high-energy transform efficiency pulse power supply for methane plasma conversion, Mamoru Okumoto et al.
22: Factors affecting the catalytic activation of methane via microwave heating, L. Daniel Conde and Steven L. Suib
23: Decomposition of CF[4 by microwave heating: a potential way to decrease greenhouse gas emissions, Franz-Josef Spiess et al.
Section 7: Application of Supercritical CO[2
24: Application of high-pressure phase equilibria to the selective oxidation of alcohols over supported platinum catalysts in "supercritical" carbon dioxide, Roger Gläser et al.
Section 8: Methane Combustion
25: Catalytic oxidation of methane over Co/Mn mixed oxides, W.-B. Li, Y. Lin, and Y. Zhang
26: Supported Pd catalyst for high-temperature methane combustion: Examining the combustion synthesis preparation method, M. A. Fraga, M. C. Greca, and L. G. Appel