Method for reacting natural gas to aromatics while electrochemically removing hydrogen

Method for reacting natural gas to aromatics while electrochemically removing hydrogen

  • CN 102,459,067 A
  • Filed: 03/30/2010
  • Published: 05/16/2012
  • Est. Priority Date: 04/06/2009
  • Status: Active Grant
First Claim
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1. the aliphatic hydrocrbon that will have a 1-4 carbon atom changes into the method for aromatic hydrocarbon, and it comprises the steps:

  • A) the educt flow E that in the presence of catalyzer, makes the aliphatic hydrocrbon that comprises at least a 1-4 of a having carbon atom under the non-oxide condition change into the product materials flow P that comprises aromatic hydrocarbon and hydrogen andB) separate at least some hydrogen that in conversion, form by airtight film electrode assemblie electrochemistry from product materials flow P;

    Said airtight film electrode assemblie has at least a selectivity proton-conductive films and at least a electrode catalyst of each side of film;

    Wherein at least some hydrogen are oxidized to proton in the retentate side of film on anode catalyst, and proton is reduced into hydrogen in permeate side on cathod catalyst after through film.

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