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Home > News > More Stable Catalyst Invented in Iran for Syngas Production

September 23rd, 2009

More Stable Catalyst Invented in Iran for Syngas Production

Abstract:
Iranian scientists have recently synthesized a new nanocomposite which can be used as catalyst support to increase surface area and catalytic stability.

Mehran Rezaei, a member of academic staff at Kashan University is the researcher who has synthesized nanocrystalline magnesium aluminates to better nickel catalyst used in methane reforming process.

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