G. A. Delzer

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  • D. Najewicz, A. H. Furnam, +5 authors J. Greenwod
  • 2006
Originally designed as a sorbent for tail gas cleanup [I], Phillips Z-Sorb@ Sorbent has found application for the removal of hydrogen sulfide from the fuel gas that is generated in a clean coal process. For the latter technology, previous fixed bed sorbents have shown poor mechanical stability due to spalling when adsorbing hydrogen sulfide in reducing gas(More)
A series of free-radical catalysts have been discovered that increase the yield of highly valuable olefins from the cracking of low molecular weight paraffins. For example, catalytic cracking of n-butane, isobutane, and propane over manganese or iron supported on magnesium oxide (MgO) gave product distributions different from those given by thermal(More)
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