Using cellulose polymorphs for enhanced hydrogen production from photocatalytic reforming
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Efficient energy production and waste valorisation are the most challenging fields in photocatalysis. Reported here is enhanced hydrogen production from cellulose, achieved through the conversion of cellulose I to II via a simple pretreatment step.
Chang , C , Skillen , N , Nagarajan , S , Ralphs , K , Irvine , J T S , Lawton , L & Robertson , P K J 2019 , ' Using cellulose polymorphs for enhanced hydrogen production from photocatalytic reforming ' , Sustainable Energy & Fuels , vol. 3 , no. 8 , pp. 1971-1975 . https://doi.org/10.1039/c9se00377k
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DescriptionMr Colby Chang would like to acknowledge the International Intern Aboard Program at Princeton University and Queens University Belfast (QUB) for funding his internship. Dr Sanjay Nagarajan would like to acknowledge QUB for funding his research while Dr Nathan Skillen would like to acknowledge the Pioneering Research Program at QUB for funding his research.
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