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Title: Processing of heavy residual feedstock on Mo/Al[2]O[3]-catalytic systems obtained using polyoxomolybdate compounds
Authors: Akimov, A. S.
Sviridenko, N. N.
Morozov, M. A.
Petrenko, T. V.
Zhuravkov, Sergey Petrovich
Kazantsev, S. O.
Panin, Sergey Viktorovich
Keywords: переработка; остаточное сырье; катализаторы; переработка; нефти; качество; моторные топлива; дистилляты; нефтепродукты
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Citation: Processing of heavy residual feedstock on Mo/Al[2]O[3]-catalytic systems obtained using polyoxomolybdate compounds / A. S. Akimov [et al.] // IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. — Bristol : IOP Publishing, 2019. — Vol. 597 : Prospects of Fundamental Sciences Development (PFSD-2019) : XVI International Conference of Students and Young Scientists, 23–26 April 2019, Tomsk, Russia : [proceedings]. — [012015, 5 p.].
Abstract: The urgency of creating new efficient catalysts for the processes of deepening oil refining rises on the background of stricter requirements for the quality of motor fuels, as well as the deterioration of the quality of crude oil for processing, and an increase in the number of distillates of secondary processes involved in the production of commodity petroleum products. In this work, alumina-catalytic systems were synthesized using polyoxomolybdate compounds. The morphology, structure and phase composition of the synthesized catalytic systems were studied using the following analysis methods: scanning electron microscopy, microelement analysis, X-ray phase analysis, X-ray diffraction, electron spectroscopy. It has been established that the Mo/AI[2]O[3] system is active in the process of thermal catalytic conversion of heavy residual raw materials.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/56960
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