Catalysis, Volume 25 by James J Spivey; Yi-Fan Han; K M Dooley

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The slow-down of the CO* and H* oxidation reactions makes desorption of syngas competitive with its combustion. As a result, syngas is produced via a ‘‘direct route’’, since H2O adsorption is not needed. In this second zone, a mixed mode with competition between the direct path of methane to syngas and syngas combustion is found. The lack of excess adsorbed oxygen activates the pyrolytic chemistry over the oxidative chemistry. 61 An additional key observation of the model analysis is that the main oxidizer is OH* rather than O*.

Panel c: measured and simulated O2 concentration profile. Adapted from Applied Catalysis A: General, Volume 402, A. Donazzi, D. Livio, A. Beretta, G. Groppi and P. Forzatti, Surface temperature profiles in CH4 CPO over honeycomb supported Rh catalyst probed with in situ optical pyrometer, 41–49, Copyright (2011), with permission from Elsevier. 1039/9781849737203-00001 View Online the simulations of our predictive numerical model (panel b), a very close match was found and the adequacy of the pyrometer measurements with 451 angled fibers was verified.

This has been recently achieved by inserting suitable probes inside the insulated reactor, as illustrated in the following paragraph. 1039/9781849737203-00001 View Online Fig. 13 Reactor set-up for spatially resolved sampling technique. Adapted from: Catalysis Letters, 110, 2006, 169–178, Spatial and temporal profiles in millisecond partial oxidation processes, R. Horn, N. J. Degenstein, K. A. Williams and L. D. Schmidt, Fig. 1, original copyright notice, with kind permission from Springer Science and Business Media.

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