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Steam methane reforming

Steam Reforming, also known as Steam Methane Reforming (SMR) is the most common method for producing hydrogen today.

SMR hydrogen production primarily utilizes natural gas (main component is methane) in reactions with steam. At high temperatures and in the presence of specialized catalysts, the reaction products are hydrogen, CO, and CO2

The steam methane reforming process resulting in H2

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