Ni-Mo2C catalyst has been in-situ synthesized through carburization of NiMoOx in methane and carbon dioxide feed gas for dry reforming of methane (DRM) at atmospheric pressure. Characterization and evaluation results indicated that the Ni-Mo2C catalyst is superior to the traditional metal carbide catalysts in the DRM process. XRD and TPR results showed that the addition of nickel had a positive effect on the in-situ formation of Mo2C.
Scopus Subject Areas
- Process Chemistry and Technology
- Carbon dioxide
- In-situ synthesis
- Molybdenum carbide