Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis
Submission Deadline: Feb. 20, 2020

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Fischer–Tropsch FT synthesis is a significant gas-to-liquid process by using a metal catalyst for the conversion of synthesis gas (CO + H2) derived from coal, natural gas or biomass into hydrocarbons and oxygenated compounds. FT synthesis produces a wide range of olefins, paraffin and oxygenated products (such as alcohols, aldehydes, acids and ketones).
Aims and Scope:
  1. Nanocatalyst
  2. Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis
  3. Characterization
  4. Light Olefin Selectivity
  5. Synthesis Variables
  6. Operating Conditions
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