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CO2 Hydrogenation Catalysis. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 5236326
  • Book
  • March 2021
  • 304 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

A guide to the effective catalysts and latest advances in CO2 conversion in chemicals and fuels 

Carbon dioxide hydrogenation is one of the most promising and economic techniques to utilize CO2 emissions to produce value-added chemicals. With contributions from an international team of experts on the topic, CO2 Hydrogenation Catalysis offers a comprehensive review of the most recent developments in the catalytic hydrogenation of carbon dioxide to formic acid/formate, methanol, methane, and C2+ products.   

The book explores the electroreduction of carbon dioxide and contains an overview on hydrogen production from formic acid and methanol. With a practical review of the advances and challenges in future CO2 hydrogenation research, the book provides an important guide for researchers in academia and industry working in the field of catalysis, organometallic chemistry, green and sustainable chemistry, as well as energy conversion and storage. This important book: 

  • Offers a unique review of effective catalysts and the latest advances in CO2 conversion 
  • Explores how to utilize CO2 emissions to produce value-added chemicals and fuels such as methanol, olefins, gasoline, aromatics 
  • Includes the latest research in homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis as well as electrocatalysis 
  • Highlights advances and challenges for future investigation 

Written for chemists, catalytic chemists, electrochemists, chemists in industry, and chemical engineers, CO2 Hydrogenation Catalysis offers a comprehensive resource to understanding how CO2 emissions can create value-added chemicals. 

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1. Introduction
2. Life Cycle Analysis
3. Homogeneously Catalyzed CO2 Hydrogenation to Formic Acid/Formate (Precious Metals)
4. Homogeneously Catalyzed CO2 Hydrogenation to Formic Acid/Formate (Non-Precious Metals)
5. Homogeneously Catalyzed CO2 Hydrogenation to Methanol
6. Hydrogen Production from Formic Acid and Methanol
7. Theoretical Studies in Homogeneous Catalysts
8. Heterogenized Molecular Catalysts
9. Heterogeneously Catalyzed CO2 Hydrogenation to Formic Acid/Formate
10. Heterogeneously Catalyzed CO2 Hydrogenation to Methanol
11. C2+ Products from CO2
12. Electroreduction of CO2
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Yuichiro Himeda
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