MATOS, J.; POON, P.S.; SOUZA-FILHO, A.G.; BARROS, E.; RODRIGUEZ, J.A.; HERNÁNDEZ-GARRIDO, J.C.; RODRÍGUEZ-AGUADO, E.; RODRÍGUEZ-CASTELLÓN, E.; FERNÁNDEZ DE CÓRDOBA, M.C.; ANIA, C.O.:
Extended Abstracts of 8th International Conference on Carbon for Energy Storage and Environment Protection. ISBN 978-84-1302-058-7.
One of the most important goals in the XXI consists of developing sustainable processes to produce clean energy. On the other hand, due to the increasingly marked effect of global warming, it is necessary to implement or improve old chemical processes that involve capturing and converting CO2, such as dry methane reforming (DMR). Our group have reported some interesting results for DMR to produce selectively hydrogen using activated-carbon Ni-based catalysts. Now, a novel approach concerns with the development of noble-metal free catalysts supported on graphene-like foams. Thus, the objective of this work is to show a single methodology to prepare graphene-like foams Fe, Co- and Ni-based catalysts for the production of hydrogen by DMR and related reactions.