Hydrothermal Synthesis of Alkali Promoted MoS2-Based Catalyst Used in the Fischer Tropsch Synthesis for the Production of Synthetic Transportation Liquid Fuels

In the Fischer-Tropsch reaction, synthesis gas, hydrogen (H2) and carbon oxide (CO), can be converted to hydrocarbons in the presence of a heterogeneous catalyst to produce a hydrocarbon mixture having a relatively broad molecular weight distribution. This metal sulfide catalyst maximizes conversion of CO to products, while maintaining high selectivity for C6-C8 chain length alcohols. Chao Zhang czhang3@utep.edu 915-747-6717

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