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Thus, chemicals from CO2 via heterogeneous catalysis under moderate conditions is very promising and economical route for CO2 utilization. REFERENCES 1. RUCADI, Recovery and Utilization of Carbon BRRT-CT98-5089, Final Report edited by Aresta M. Dioxide, BRITE Project 15 2. C02 Conversion and Utilization, Song, C , Gaffney, A. M. and Fujimoto, K. Eds; ACS Symp Series809, 2002; Utilization of Greenhouse Gases, Chang-jun Liu, Richard G. M, and Michele Aresta, Eds; ACS Symp Series852, 2003. 3. The Rio Declaration, United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, Rio de Janeiro, June 3-14, 1992.
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1), (ii) yields of (H2 + CO) being essential for the overall yields of liquid hydrocarbon product (representative gas compositions summarized in Table 2). Quantitative mass balance data for biomass gasification to synthesis gas production from biomass are not available so far (although fuel gas production is a proven technology). As practical challenges in biomass conversion to hydrocarbons can be seen (i) an increase of hydrocarbon yields (because the available biomass is a limiting factor). g.