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Title: Conversion of propane-butane fraction to arenes on zeolite catalystsmodified by gallium oxides
Authors: Dmitriev, A. V.
Keywords: conversion; zeolite; associated petroleum gas; propane; temperature; catalyst
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Томский политехнический университет
Citation: Dmitriev A. V. Conversion of propane-butane fraction to arenes on zeolite catalystsmodified by gallium oxides / A. V. Dmitriev // Journal of Economics and Social Sciences. — 2019. — № 14. — [5 p.].
Abstract: The main industrial technologies used currently for the conversion of natural and associated petroleum gas (APG) aresteam reforming of methane and APG into synthesis gas on alum-nickel catalysts which is carried out at 860–950 ° Cand the Fisher-Tropsch process. The synthesis gas is further processed into hydrocarbons on iron and cobalt catalysts.The high temperature (860–950 ° C) in the processes, especially at the first stage of synthesis gas production and the lowselectivity of the target products in the Fischer-Tropsch process are major drawbacks of these technologies for theprocessing of natural gas (methane) and APG. The paper provides the comparative analysis of the activity and selectivityof microporous high-silica zeolites of the ZSM-5 type, synthesized using various additives, during the conversion ofnatural associated gas.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/55739
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