Catalytic Naphtha Reforming: Science and Technology

Catalytic Naphtha Reforming: Science and Technology By George J. Antos
Publisher: C.R.C Press 1995 | 528 Pages | ISBN: 082479236X | File type: PDF | 125 mb

This unique, single-source reference offers complete coverage of the process and catalyst chemistry involved in naphtha reforming;from the preparation, characterization, and performance evaluation of catalysts to the operation of the catalyst itself. Sheds light on the future of catalyst technology and evaluates the most recent research into unknown aspects of catalyst reactions! Discussing the complexities of the reforming process, Catalytic Naphtha Reforming delineates commercially available processes and catalysts explores the chemistry of the catalytic sites employed for reactions examines catalyst deactivation, pretreating processes to prevent it, and regeneration processes describes metals recovery as well as significant improvements in platinum reforming catalysts explains process development and modeling presents new commercial technologies and much more! Naphtha Reforming.pdf/

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