SEMINAR: Bioenergy Forum: The catalytic cracking of methane forming hydrogen gas and carbon nanomaterials
|Bioenergy Forum: The catalytic cracking of methane forming hydrogen gas and carbon nanomaterials : Hydrogen gas is often described as the ideal energy source as combustion results in energy and pure water.
The catalytic cracking of methane forming hydrogen gas and carbon nanomaterials
Hydrogen gas is often described as the ideal energy source as combustion results in energy and pure water. The catalytic cracking of methane results in the emission of hydrogen gas in a manner that is environmentally friendly and scalable for industrial production.
The process also results in the formation of interesting carbon nanomaterials. These by-products have uses in various industries such as fuel-cells and nanoelectronics, which is commercially favourable.
In the first part of the presentation, Andrew Cornejo will talk about several aspects of the methane cracking process such as the reactions involved and optimisation of the hydrogen yeild.
Rahi Varsani will then follow discussing the various characterisation techniques that were implemented to analyse and understand the carbon nanomaterials and how they form.
Discussion is encouraged in the seminar and from 5 - 6pm we invite you to enjoy networking with like-minded souls over drinks and nibbles.
Andrew Cornejo; Rahi Varsani
Molecular and Chemical Sciences Building, room G35
: 6488 7183
Tue, 25 May 2010 16:00
Tue, 25 May 2010 18:00
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