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Photocatalytic Cellulose Reforming For H2 And Formate Production By Using Graphene Oxide-Dot Catalysts

Van-Can Nguyen, Dipak B Nimbalkar, L. D. Nam, Yuh-Lang Lee, H. Teng
Published 2021 · Materials Science

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The mechanism of photocatalytic biomass reforming for H2 production is far from fully understood. This study uses functionalized graphene dots with Pt-cocatalyst to reform cellulose in an alkaline ...
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