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|Title:||SELECTIVE SYNTHESIS OF C-2-C-4 HYDROCARBONS FROM CO+H-2 ON COMPOSITE CATALYSTS|
|Publisher:||BALTZER SCI PUBL BV|
|Citation:||CATALYSIS LETTERS, 22(3), 179-187|
|Abstract:||A copper-zinc-aluminum methanol synthesis catalyst has been prepared using a precipitated hydrotalcite-type precursor that decomposes to a mixture of the corresponding amorphous oxides at a low temperature. TPR studies show that such a mixture is easy to reduce giving a highly dispersed catalyst. When this is mixed with a zeolite, the resulting hybrid catalyst gives C-2-C-4 hydrocarbons with very high selectivity. This may be useful in obtaining LPG from synthesis gas.|
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