Sustainable chemistry from alkanes
Thus, to overcome the problems of such methods, Dr. Zuo Weiwei, by developing new dehydrogenation catalysts, chose to make better use out of cheap alkanes that were not properly converted, to form a new higher-added value chemical, the olefin. This process would represent a particularly important step toward an optimal use of natural resources, thereby answering society’s desire to find cheaper and cleaner sources of materials and energy.
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
Cheap alkanes, the way to sustainable chemistry?
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