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Tatsuya Hamashima

Tatsuya Hamashima
Name Tatsuya Hamashima
Affiliation Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences
Title of the Research Development of a high-efficient DRM system and elucidation of the reaction mechanisms
Outline of Research Dry reforming of methane (DRM) has been widely studied as GHG reduction technology. However, this process requires high temperature and induces severe coking which causes catalytic deactivation. A previous study revealed that microwave-assisted La-Ce-Ni catalyst has high catalytic activity but, elucidating specific reaction mechanisms is still needed for further energy reduction and catalyst durability. This research is focusing on developing a microwave-assisted DRM system through Raman spectroscopy, XAFS analysis, and electron microscopy on La-Ce-Ni catalysts.
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