Catalyst Deactivation 1980: International Symposium Proceedings: International Symposium Proceedings

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Elsevier, Apr 1, 2000 - Science - 613 pages
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Contents

Chapter 2 Catalyst poisoning and chemical process dynamics
21
Chapter 3 Particle size and carbon deposition effects in the hexane reforming reactions
43
Chapter 4 Selective poisoning by coke formation on PtAl2 O3
53
Chapter 5 The coking of platinumalumina reforming catalysts
63
Chapter 6 The function of rhenium in bimetallic reforming catalysis
73
Chapter 7 Toluene disproportionation and coke formation on mordenites Effect of catalyst modifications and of operating conditions
79
Chapter 8 The mechanism of coke formation in the reaction of butadiene on calcined NaNH4Y
91
Chapter 9 Deactivation of silica supported Fe2 O3MoO3 catalyst for the oxidation of methanol
103
Chapter 25 Selective poisoning of acidbase and oneelectron properties in catalytic investigations
305
the chemistry and impact of vanadium deposits
313
Chapter 27 Poisoning of claus catalyst by sulphation
323
Chapter 28 Deactivation due to metalcatalysed phase transformations in γAl2 O3 supports
331
Chapter 29 Regions of validity for models of regeneration of sintered supported metal catalysts
341
Chapter 30 Study of the deactivation of a copper catalyst during oxidative dehydrogenation of isopropanol
353
Chapter 31 The role of chemical and structural changes on the surface in deactivation of chromiaalumina catalysts in dehydrogenation of paraffinic h...
363
Chapter 32 Sulfur poisoning of nickel in CO hydrogenation
375

Chapter 10 Solid state reactions in FeMo oxide catalysts for methanol oxidation during aging in industrial plants
115
Chapter 11 Deactivation of the V2O5MoO3 catalysts in the selective oxidation of benzene to maleic anhydride and the changes in its morphology an...
127
Chapter 12 The loss in selectivity of a cobalt oxide ammonia oxidation catalyst
141
Chapter 13 Support effects during sintering of nickel catalysts
149
Chapter 14 Sintering of alumina supported platinum
159
Chapter 15 The influence of platinum particle size on the activity and selectivity of reforming reaction
167
Chapter 16 Sulfur poisoning and carbon deactivation of aluminasupported Ni Co Fe and Ru catalysts in CO hydrogenation
179
Chapter 17 The sulfur poisoning of Pt alkaline L zeolites
201
Chapter 18 Studies of the deactivation of supported palladium catalysts by halogenocarbons
213
Chapter 19 The deactivation of automotive postcombustion catalysts by lead from gasoline
233
Chapter 20 Stationary and nonstationary deactivation of alumina and zeolites in elimination reactions
251
Chapter 21 Enhanced graphitization of coke as a guide to coke formation process
261
Chapter 22 The mechanism of coke formation on catalysts
271
Chapter 23 Some effects of catalyst composition on deactivation and coke formation when hydrocracking athabasca bitumen
283
Chapter 24 Simulation and optimization of processes with decreasing activity processes of vinyl ethers synthesis
295
Chapter 33 A theoretical approach to the severe low temperature decay of boron phosphate used for adiponitrile manufacture
397
Chapter 34 Kinetics of carbon formation from acetylene and 1butene on cobalt
409
Chapter 35 Infrared absorption study of the poisoning step during the isomerization of 1butene on delta alumina
421
Chapter 36 Deactivation by coke formation of mordenitecontaining physically mixed bifunctional catalysts during hydroisomerization and hydrocra...
431
Chapter 37 Deactivation of catalyst in the gasphase hydrocyanation of ethylene
439
influence of the hydrogenpretreatment temperature on CoOMoO3γ Al2O3 MoO3γ Al2O3 CoOγ Al2O3 precursors
451
Chapter 39 Deactivation phenomena of a Nibased catalyst for high temperature methanation
459
Chapter 40 Catalyst poisoning
471
Chapter 41 Solid state chemical phenomena in ageing and deactivation of catalysts
507
Chapter 42 Catalyst deactivation by poisoning and pore plugging in petroleum processing
545
Chapter 43 Optimum chlorine on naphtha reforming catalyst regarding deactivation by coke formation
571
Chapter 44 Factors determining the life of industrial heterogeneous catalysts
577
Author index
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