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ConceptPreparation of Dihydrogen

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What do you understand by the terms: water-gas shift reaction

Solution 1

Water shift reaction It is a reaction of carbon monoxide of syngas mixture with steam in the presence of a catalyst as:

This reaction is used to increase the yield of dihydrogen obtained from the coal gasification reaction as:

 

Solution 2

Water-gas shift reaction: The amount of hydrogen in the syngas can be increased by the action of CO of syngas mixture with steam in the presence of iron chromate as catalyst.This is called water-gas shift reaction.

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