Carbonate Conversion of Methane in Membranal Catalyses

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Feruz Farkhodovich Nazarov, Khamidov Davron Ruzimurodovich, Nazarov Farkhod Sobirovich, Samadov Saloxiddin Jovlievich, Fayzullaev Normurod Ibodullaevich


Based on the concept of the nature of the membrane catalyst as a form of heterogeneous catalyst, it was found that the intensification of the heterogeneous catalytic process is possible in the absence of the effect of the reaction mass splitting on the membrane. It was found that the effect of the membrane catalyst is related to the increase in the porosity level of the catalyst. The shape of the kinetic model of the reaction showed that the rate and selectivity of the conversion of methane to carbon dioxide are characterized by a membrane in the reactor-contactor for all studied types of catalyst and traditionally a general system of differential equations. the change in the parameters of the catalytic reactor and model in which the catalyst layer is installed corresponds to the change in the penetration level of the inner surface of the pores. The difference in the kinetic properties of methane carbon dioxide conversion and the difference in the porous structure of the membrane catalyst does not preclude the manifestation of the membrane effect, regardless of the method of its preparation.

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