Promising methods for hydrogen producing

  • G.E. Ergazieva
  • M.M. Telbayeva
  • K. Dossumov
  • A.I. Niyazbayeva
Ключевые слова: Hydrogen, methane, bioethanol, catalyst, conversion, raw materials, natural gas, green technology.

Аннотация

Hydrogen production is one of the most promising ways to develop the energy sector of the future. Hydrogen does not exist in nature in its elemental form and therefore, it must be obtained from hydrocarbon, water or any other hydrogen-containing compounds. The variety of potential sources of raw materials for hydrogen production is one of the important reasons, in which hydrogen is such a promising energy carrier. The article describes methods for preparing the basic energy carrier, hydrogen from natural gas, ethanol etc. Among various types of raw materials, bioethanol is very attractive because of its relatively high hydrogen content, availability, as well as safety during storage and handling.

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Опубликован
2020-03-19