Heterogeneous catalysts for gas-phase conversion of ethylene to higher olefins

@article{Ghashghaee2017HeterogeneousCF,
  title={Heterogeneous catalysts for gas-phase conversion of ethylene to higher olefins},
  author={Mohammad Ghashghaee},
  journal={Reviews in Chemical Engineering},
  year={2017},
  volume={34},
  pages={595 - 655}
}
  • M. Ghashghaee
  • Published 28 August 2018
  • Chemistry
  • Reviews in Chemical Engineering
Abstract The reduced availability of propylene and C4 products from steam crackers continues to provoke on-purpose technologies for light olefins such that almost 30% of propylene in 2025 is predicted to be supplied from unconventional sources. Furthermore, the recent discoveries of natural gas reservoirs have urged interest in the conversion of surplus alkanes and alkenes, especially ethane and ethylene. The direct conversion of ethylene to propylene or a combination of value-added chemicals… 

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