Selective low temperature oxidation of methane with hydrogen peroxide by quasi-heterogeneous catalysis
Methane is our most abundant hydrocarbon. However, this natural resource is not being effectively utilised. Currently, its primary industrial use is the manufacture of methanol through the intermediate formation of synthesis gas\ud (H2 and CO). This is an energy intensi... View more
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