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Catalyst Deactivation 2001, 1st Edition

Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium, Lexington, KY, USA, October 2001

 
Catalyst Deactivation 2001, 1st Edition,J.J. Spivey,G.W. Roberts,B.H. Davis,ISBN9780444504777
 
 
 

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This proceedings contains the papers presented at the 9th International Symposium on Catalyst Deactivation, held in Lexington, KY, USA, on 7-10 October 2001.

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For chemical engineers, physical chemists and catalysis scientists.

J.J. Spivey

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Department of Chemical Engineering, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, USA

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G.W. Roberts

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Department of Chemical Engineering, 2401 Stinson Avenue, Riddick Engineering Labs, NC State University, Box 7905, Raleigh, NC 27695, USA

B.H. Davis

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University of Kentucky, Centre for Applied Energy Research, 2540 Research Park Drive, Lexington, KY 40511-8433, USA

Catalyst Deactivation 2001, 1st Edition

Chapter headings. Selected papers. Maxted Award Lecture. Whisker carbon revisited (J.R. Rostrup-Nielsen, J Sehested). Carbon Deposition. Various forms of the carbonaceous deposit on the model cobalt catalyst studied in hydrogenation of ethylene (J. Lojewska). Hydrodechlorination of 1,2-dichloropropane over Pt-Cu/C catalysts: coke formation determined by a novel technique-TEOM (Weidung. Zhu et al.). Characterization of structure and combustion behavior of the coke formed on a hydroisomerization catalyst (Jin-an Wang et al.). The effects of pore structure on catalyst deactivation by coke formation (L.D.T. Câmara et al.). Coke deactivation of acid sites on ZSM-5 zeolite (G.V. Echevsky et al.). Characterization of the Working Catalyst. Deactivation of a zirconia supported chromia aromatization catalyst investigated by in-situ H-D tracer experiments (H. Ehwald et al.). Deactivation/Regeneration in Environmental Processes.
Study of the sintering of a DeNOx commercial catalyst (I. Nova et al.). Deactivation of chromium oxide catalyst for the removal of perchloroethylene (PCE) (Sung Dae Yim et al.). Deactivation/Regeneration in Industrial Processes. Deactivation of Pd-based combustion catalysts supported on modified alumina (P.O. Thevenin et al.). Selective acid-base poisoning on bifunctional alkylation reaction (A. Borgna et al.). Processes occurring during deactivation/regeneration of a vanadia/alumina catalyst under propane dehydrogenation conditions (S David Jackson et al.). Regeneration of supported palladium catalyst for selective hydrogenation of acetylene (L.O. Almanza, O.I. Martinez). Quinone mediated stabilization of a palladium catalyst for the synthesis of hydrogen peroxide from carbon monoxide, water and oxygen (D. Bianchi et al.). Metals on a novel USY zeolite after hydrothermal aging (Huiping Tian et al.). General Papers. Partial oxidation of toluene to benzaldehyde over vanadium antimonate catalysts doped with titanium: The influence (S. Larrondo et al.). Deactivation and regeneration/redispersion chemistry of Pt/KL-zeolite (S.C. Fung). Modeling/Kinetics. Effects of additives on the hydrodesulfurization of dibenzothiophene on nitrided molybdena-alumina catalysts (Masatoshi Nagai et al.). Poisoning. Sulfur poisoning in catalytic combustion of industrial waste(Henrik M. J. Kusar et al.). Sintering. Realistic particle size distributions during sintering by Ostwald Ripening (G.A. Fuentes, E. Salinas-Rodríguez).
 
 

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