Effects of cathodic materials on the electrochemical ammonia synthesis from water and nitrogen in molten salts at atmospheric pressure

Kwiyong Kim* (1), Chan-heui Hyung (2), Hyung Chul Yoon (2), Jong-Nam Kim (2), and Jong-In Han (1)
(1) Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
(2) Petroleum and Gas Laboratory, Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)

11th Annual NH3 Fuel Conference, September 23, 2014

Abstract

Electrochemical synthesis of ammonia from water and nitrogen at atmospheric pressure could be an alternative to the current ammonia synthesis process (i.e. Harbor-Bosch) and solve the inherent problems of the process including its high energy consumption and greenhouse gas emission. This study reports electrochemical ammonia synthesis from water and nitrogen in molten salts at atmospheric pressure and temperatures exceeding 623K. Modifications on surface materials of the nitrogen activation electrode were made, tested, and their ammonia synthesis rates were compared.

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Past NH3 Fuel Conference Papers

2013: Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis from Water and Nitrogen using Solid State Ion Conductors
2012: Electrochemical Synthesis of Ammonia from Steam and Nitrogen Using an Oxygen-ion Conducting Electrolyte [PDF]

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Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, KAIST
Petroleum and Gas Laboratory, KIER
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One response to “Effects of cathodic materials on the electrochemical ammonia synthesis from water and nitrogen in molten salts at atmospheric pressure

  1. Pingback: Overview of the KIER’s Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis – Present State and Perspective | NH3 Fuel Association

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