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A novel palladium-based micromembrane has been fabricated which has the potential to be used for water gas shift reaction and hydrogen gas separation in catalytic microreaction systems for methanol fuel reforming. The membrane is supported by a copper film that has an array of patterned holes. Copper will also act as a catalyst in the shift reaction that will convert unwanted carbon monoxide gas produced earlier in the microreaction system during methanol fuel reforming into hydrogen which indoi:10.1007/978-3-642-56763-6_30 fatcat:2dd6vm3gc5fifjjuv5facx75v4