Which catalyst is used in bosch process when water gas is mixed with excess steam?
- only CO
- both CO and
- All the above
Which of the following statements is true if red hot iron is reacted with steam?
It forms triferric tetra oxide and releases hydrogen gas
It's a reversible reaction if hydrogen isn't separated
Iron is more reactive than zinc
Iron oxide formed reacts with hydrogen and reduces back to iron.
During manufacture of Hydrogen through the Bosch Process, separation of carbon dioxide can be done by:
mixing the solution with excess steam
passing the solution through cold water under 30 atm
passing the solution through the ammoniacal cuprous chloride solution
passing the solution through caustic potash solution
When steam is passed over red-hot coke it forms:
C(redhotcoke)+H2OWater gas(g) 1273K⟶ CO(g)+H2(g)
Reaction 2: CO(g)+H2(g)+H2O(g) y (catalyst)⟶CO2(g)+2H2(g)
- Ziegler Natta Catalyst
- Raney Ni
When steam is passed over red hot coke, then a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen gas is formed. This is called _____ gas.