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Position: Home > issue > November 28, 2021 Volume 2, Issue 4
Direct conversion of CO2 to a jet fuel over CoFe alloy catalysts
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Author: Lei Zhang, Yaru Dang, Xiaohong Zhou, Peng Gao, Alexander Petrus van Bavel, Hao Wang, Shenggang Li, Lei Shi, Yong Yang, Evgeny I. Vovk, Yihao Gao, Yuhan Sun

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The direct conversion of carbon dioxide (CO2) using green hydrogen is a sustainable approach to jet fuel production. However, achieving a high level of performance remains a formidable challenge due to the inertness of CO2 and its low activity for subsequent C¨CC bond formation. In this study, we prepared a Na-modified CoFe alloy catalyst using layered double-hydroxide precursors that directly transforms CO2 to a jet fuel composed of C8¨CC16 jet-fuel-range hydrocarbons with very high selectivity. At a temperature of 240¡ãC and pressure of 3 MPa, the catalyst achieves an unprecedentedly high C8¨CC16 selectivity of 63.5% with 10.2% CO2 conversion and a low combined selectivity of less than 22% toward undesired CO and CH4.


DOI:
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.xinn.2021.100170

Citation:
Zhang L., Dang Y., Zhou X., et al. (2021). Direct conversion of CO2 to a jet fuel over CoFe alloy catalysts. The Innovation. 2(4),100170.





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