CO2 reforming of CH4 was studied over Ni/Na-Y and Ni/Al2O3 catalysts at atmospheric pressure as well as high pressure (27 atm). Both types of catalysts showed high conversion at atmospheric pressure whereas both CO2 conversion and CH4 conversion decreased drastically at high pressure. Higher extent of carbon formation was observed at high pressure compared to the runs at atmospheric pressure over both laboratory and commercial Ni-based catalysts.
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