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Title:
Fluid catalytic cracking III : materials and processes
Series:
ASC symposium series ; 571
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Washington, DC : American Chemical Society, 1994
ISBN:
9780841229969
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Developed from a symposium sponsored by the Division of Petroleum Chemistry, Inc. at the 206th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, Illinois, August 22-27, 1993
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Discusses the formulation, characterization, microactivity, and pilot-plant testing, and product analysis of fluid cracking catalysts. Examines the use of modern spectroscopic techniques such as infrared spectroscopy, solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, and X-ray photoelectronspectroscopy for the analysis of FCC catalysts. Presents the first use of atomic force microscopy in the study of FCC catalysts. Studies the impact of environmental laws on the discovery of novel FCC catalysts.


Table of Contents

Role of Carbocations in Hydrocarbon Reactions Catalyzed by Strong AcidsG.K. S. Prakash
Role of Hydrogen Transfer in Isobutene-Isobutane SelectivitiesG. M. Mvrovouniotis and W.-C. Cheng and A.W. Peters
Benzene Levels in Fluid Catalytic Cracking GasolineC.A. Yatsu and T. A. Reid and D. A. Keyworth and R. Jonker and M.A. Torem
Deep Catalytic Cracking Process for Light-Olefins ProductionZ. Li and W. Shi and X. Wang and F. Jiang
Comparison of Laboratory and Commercial Results of ZSM-5 Additives in a Fluid Catalytic Cracking UnitL, Nalbandian and I.A. Vasalos and I. Dimaratos and K. Vassilakis
Effect of Secondary Porosity on Gas-Oil Cracking ActivityP.-S. E. Dai and L.D.Neff and J.C. Edwards
Investigations of Mesopore Formation: Evolution of Nonframework Aluminum Species During Hydrothermal Dealumination of Ultrastable Y CatalystsR.A. Beyerlein and C. Choi-Feng and J.B. Hall and B.J. Huggins and G.J. Ray
Catalyst Fouling by Coke from Vaccum Gas Oil in Fluid Catalytic Cracking ReactorsP. Turlier and M. Forissier and P. Rivault and I. Pitault and J.R. Bernard
Coke Formation in Reactor Vapor Lines of Fluid Catalytic Cracking Units: A Review with some New InsightsE. Brevoord and J.R. Wilcox
Limitations of the Microactivity Test for Comparing New Potential Cracking Catalysts with Actual Ultrastable-Y-Based SamplesA. Corma and A. Martinez and L.J. Martinez-Triguero
Development of a New Coefficient To Predict Feedstock CrackingM. A. Torem and M.F. Cunha and V. Aleksitch
Breakthrough in Microactivity Test Effluent Analysis: Detailed Analytical Characterization of Gasolines, Light-Cycle Oil, and bottom CutsN. Boisdron and M. Bouquet and C. Largeteau
Solid-State Interaction Between NaY Zeolite and Various OxidesJ. Thoret and P.P. Man and J. Fraissard
Interactions in Alumina-Based Iron-Vanadium Catalysts under High-Temperature Oxidation ConditionsM.C. Springman and F. T. Clark and D. Willcox and I.E. Wachs
Activity and Deactivation in Catalytic Cracking Studied by Measurement of Adsorption During ReactionF. Hershkowitz and H.S. Kheshgi and P.D. Madiara
Effect of Support Texture on Pt Dispersion and CO-Oxidation Catalyst in Fluid Catalytic CrackingT. Zalioubovskaia and A. Gedeon and J. Fraissard and E. Radchenko and B. Nefedov
Scanning Electron Microscopy-Energy-Dispersive X-ray Analysis of Nickel Migration in Model Fluid Cracking CatalystsY.-F. Shen and H. Cao and S. L. Suib and M. L. Occelli
Coking and Regeneration of Fluid Cracking Catalysts by 129Xe and 27Al Nuclear Magnetic Resonance SpectroscpyJ.L. Bonardet and M.C. Barrage and J. Fraissard
Fluid Cracking Catalyst ZSM-5 Additive Performance at Overcracking ModeL.H. Hsing and R.E. Pratt
Atomic Force Microscopy Examination of the Topography of a Fluid Cracking Catalyst SurfaceM.L. Occelli and S.A. C. Gould and B. Drake
Kinetics of n-Decane Cracking at Very Short Times on StreamA. Corma and A. Martinez and P.J. Miguel and A.V. Orchilles
High Activity, High Stability Fluid Cracking Catalyst SO x Reduction Agent via Novel Processing PrinciplesL.M. Magnabosco and E.J. Demmel
Resid Cracking CatalystsS. Tu and Z. Chen and Z. Fan
Impact of Additive Usage in Distillate Fluid Catalytic Cracking OperationS. Mandal and D. Bhattacharyya and V. B. Shende and A.K. Das and S. Ghosh
Fluid Cracking Catalyst Performance and Development: Now and in the FutureJ.S. Magee and W.E. Letzsch