Consider a methanol-to-hydrogen converter appropriate for vehicular or for residential use. Such a converter or fuel processor might employ the direct methanol decomposition reaction, CH3OH → CO + 2H2. (10.19) If the methanol were evaporated and burned, it would yield (see 10.1) 676.34 MJ per kilomole of water vapor being produced. If the alcohol is first decomposed, then the resulting 2 kilomoles of hydrogen would yield 2 × 241.82 = 483.64 MJ, while the carbon monoxide would yield an additional 282.99 MJ, for a total of 766.63 MJ.
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