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|Title:||Effect of metal dispersion on hydrodesulphurization activity of alumina-supported molybdenum catalysts|
Gokak, D T
Choudary, N V
|Keywords:||Catalysts;Hydrodesulphurization;Metal dispersion;Molybdenum;Tungsten;Hydrotreating catalysts;Carbon monoxide adsorption|
|Abstract:||A series of catalysts have been prepared by varying the molybdenum metal content from 4 to 16 wt%. Catalyst support has been characterized for surface area and pore size distribution. Prepared catalysts are characterized for temperature programmed reduction as well as by X-ray diffraction. All catalysts are studied for CO chemisorption after pre-sulfiding and the results compared with diesel desulphurization activity. Correlations have been developed between CO chemisorption and hydrodesulfurization activity.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJC-A Vol.52A(03) [March 2013]|
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