Stability of stationary catalysts for the low-temperature hydrogenation of cottonseed miscellas

Abstract

The results obtained indicate that the activity of nickel~copper~aluminum catalysts without additives falls less intensively when hexane is used as the solvent ~ by 34.9% on working for 500 h as compared with a 42% fall in activity onworking for 306 h in the continuous hydrogenation of a gasoline miscelia, This may be due to the lower amount of organosulfur compounds (0~001135~) in hexane as compared with extraction gasoline (0.002168%),

DOI: 10.1007/BF00577204

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@article{Abdurakhimov2004StabilityOS, title={Stability of stationary catalysts for the low-temperature hydrogenation of cottonseed miscellas}, author={A. Abdurakhimov and Yu. R. Yakubov and F. M. Kantsepol'skaya and Yu. Kadirov}, journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds}, year={2004}, volume={18}, pages={229-230} }