• Mathematics
  • Published 2005

Breaking Knapsack cryptosystems by max-norm enumeration

@inproceedings{Ritter2005BreakingKC,
  title={Breaking Knapsack cryptosystems by max-norm enumeration},
  author={Hartmut C. Ritter},
  year={2005}
}
A catalyst composition, and process, useful in reforming a hydrocarbon feed at reforming conditions without excessive hydrogenolysis, a phenomenon which is normally particularly acute during the startup of a reactor. The catalyst is constituted of a composite which includes a Group VIII noble metal hydrogenation-dehydrogenation component, notably platinum, iridium, and selenium. Hydrogenolysis is suppressed, and significantly greater yields of higher octane C5+ liquid product are obtained by… CONTINUE READING

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