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The catalytic conversion of methane to C2 hydrocarbons, i.e. ethane and its consecutive product ethylene, as well as to methanol and formaldehyde is dealt with. The heterogeneous catalysts and the mechanisms of these reactions are described and discussed. For an advanced understanding of catalytic methane conversion, some emphasis is put on the similarities of enzymatic conversion of methane to methanol; this might contribute to an improved design of respective heterogeneous catalysts.

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