CO2 conversion

Modeling plasma-based CO2 and CH4 conversion in mixtuires with N2, O2 and H2O: The bigger plasma chemistry picture.
W. Wang, R. Snoecks, X. Zhang, M.S. Cha and A. Bogaerts
J. Phys. Chem. C, 122, 8704-8723 (2018) and its supporting information. (Invited feature article and selected for the cover of the journal).

Plasma technology - a novel solution for CO2 conversion?
R. Snoeckx and A. Bogaerts
Chem. Soc. Rev., 46, 5805-5863 (2017) (Paper featered on the back cover page of the journal)

Dry reforming of methane in a gliding arc plasmatron: towards a better understanding of the plasma chemistry.
E. Cleiren, S. Heijkers, M. Ramakers and A. Bogaerts
ChemSusChem, 10, 4025-4036 (2017) and its supposting information.  (Cover feature of the journal)

Gliding arc plasmatron: providing an alternativemethod for carbon dioxide conversion.
M. Ramakers, G. Trenchev, S. Heijkers, W. Wang and A. Bogaerts
ChemSusChem, 10, 2642-2652 (2017) and its supporting information.

The quest for value-added products from carbon dioxide and water in a dielectric barrier discharge: a chemical kinetics study.
R. Snoeckx, A. Ozkan, F. Reniers and A. Bogaerts
ChemSusChem, 10, 409-424 (2017) and its supporting information.

CO2 conversion in a dielectric barrier discharge plasma: N2 in the mix as a helping hand or problematic impurity?
R. Snoeckx, S. Heijkers, K. Van Wesenbeeck, S. Lenaerts and A. Bogaerts
Energy Environm. Sci., 9, 999-1011 (2016) and its supplemenatry information.

Carbon dioxide splitting in a dielectric barrier discharge plasma: a combined experimental and computational study.
R. Aerts, W. Somers and A. Bogaerts
ChemSusChem, 8, 702-716 (2015)

Plasma-based conversion of CO2: current status and future challenges.
A. Bogaerts, T. Kozák, K. Van Laer and R. Snoeckx
Faraday Discuss., 183, 217-232 (2015)

The dominant pathways for the conversion of methane into oxygenates and syngas in an atmospheric pressure dielectric barrier discharge.
C. De Bie, J. van Dijk and A. Bogaerts
J. Phys. Chem. C, 119, 22331-22350 (2015)

Splitting of CO2 by vibrational excitation in non-equilibrium plasmas: a reaction kinetics model.
T. Kozák and A. Bogaerts
Plasma Sources Sci. Technol., 23, 045004 (2014)
(Selected by the editors of Plasma Sources Science and Technology as one of the “Highlights of 2014")

 

Contact

PLASMANT
Plasma, Laser Ablation and Surface Modelling - ANTwerp
University of Antwerp, Dept. Chemistry
Campus Drie Eiken
Universiteitsplein 1
2610 Antwerpen-Wilrijk
Belgium
annemie.bogaerts@uantwerpen.be