Figure 3 : Reaction scheme for CO2 hydrogenation to gasoline-range hydrocarbons.

From: Directly converting CO2 into a gasoline fuel

Figure 3

The CO2 hydrogenation reaction over Na–Fe3O4/Zeolite multifunctional catalyst takes place in three steps: (1) an initially reduced to CO intermediate via RWGS, (2) a subsequent hydrogenation of CO to α-olefins intermediate via FTS and (3) the formation of gasoline-range hydrocarbons via the acid-catalysed oligomerization, isomerization and aromatization reactions.