Remediation of black sea ecosystem through ecosystem through H2S decomposition in conventional catalytic converters and proton conducting solid oxide membrane reactors for "Green" H2 production
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The emerging energy and environmental concerns have recently forced the society to utilize “clean” energy resources and develop efficient energy conversion technologies. Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is abundantly found in Black Sea waters and hails as an important H2 source, while its efficient removal from Black Sea waters will protect the surrounding ecosystem. Various processes have been suggested to produce hydrogen from H2S decomposition, which are currently at different stages of development. The most commonly employed method is the catalytic decomposition of H2S, which however takes place at high temperatures in order to achieve conversions exceeding 80%...