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Future opportunities in catalytic and separation technology

Future opportunities in catalytic and separation technology

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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catalysis -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementeditors, M. Misono, Y. Moro-oka, and S. Kimura.
    SeriesStudies in surface science and catalysis ;, vol. 54, Studies in surface science and catalysis ;, 54.
    ContributionsMisono, M. 1939-, Morooka, Yoshihiko, 1938-, Kimura, Shōji, 1934-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP156.C35 F87 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 381 p. :
    Number of Pages381
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2219367M
    ISBN 100444885927
    LC Control Number89048023

    The most valuable byproduct from catalytic reforming is hydrogen to satisfy the increasing demand for hydrogen in hydrotreating and hydrocracking processes. Most reforming catalysts contain platinum as the active metal supported on alumina, and some may contain additional metals such as rhenium and tin in bi- or tri-metallic catalyst formulations.   The author cited a study published in the book Built to Change by Edward E. Lawler and Christopher G. Worley. The study found that between .

    separation A B catalyst catalyst catalyst P P A B Figure Every catalytic reaction is a sequence of elementary steps, in which reactant molecules bind to the catalyst, where they react, after which the product detaches from the catalyst, liberating the latter for the next cycle. Catalytic is the only technology built from the ground up with all of these capabilities in one no-code, cloud platform—giving you the most seamless way to create smart workflows using the latest digital, automation, and AI technologies.

    Hydrogen is one of the most promising next-generation fuels. It has the highest energy content per unit weight of any known fuel and in comparison to the other known natural gases it is environmentally safe - in fact, its combustion results only in water vapour and energy. This book provides an overview of worldwide research in the use of hydrogen in energy development, its most innovative.   Catalytic distillation (CD) is a novel reactor technology that combines a heterogeneous catalytic reaction and separation in a single reactor. The heterogeneous catalyst acts as a distillation packing as well as a catalyst for the reaction.


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