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 H2 from CH[4 and CO2 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 CO2 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 CO2 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 CO2 on Cu Electrode in Methanol at Low Temperature, Satoshi Kaneco et al.
12. CO2 hydrogenation over copper-based hybrid catalysts for the synthesis of oxygenates, Son-ki Ihm et al.
13. Methanol Synthesis from H2/CO/CO2 over CNTs-Promoted Cu-ZnO-Al2O[3 Catalyst:CH[3OH Synthesis over Cu[iZn[jAl[k-O[x/CNTs, Hong-Bin Zhang et al.
Section 4: Biochemical Fixation of CO2
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 CO2
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