Water Gas Shift Reaction Promoted by Bimetallic Catalysts: An Experimental and Theoretical Overview


The water gas shift is a very relevant reaction for producing hydrogen for the synthesis of alcohols and ammonia, reforming of hydrocarbons and alcohols, and fuel cells. The current technologies use significant amounts of energy and the industrial catalysts suffer from several limitations that lead to the reduction of their performance. These limitations can be surpassed by the use of bimetallic-based catalysts in the form of metal alloys or of dispersed metal particles on a metallic support.


J. L. C. Fajín, José R. B. Gomes

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