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Characterization of Erionites with A Supported Metallic Phase by TEM, IR,AEM and Auger Methods

  • D. R. Acosta (a1), J. Salmones (a1), J. Navarrete (a1) and G. Juarez (a1)

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Catalytic isomerization of paraffines of low molecular weight is a very important process in petrochemical refination and zeolites like mordenites and erionites are used frequently as supports, due to acid properties, neccesary for a dual action in hydroisomerization processes(1–3). In the present work, we analyze the behavior of erionites interchanged with Pt at low weight concentrations, using test reaction for n-pentane hydrodesintegration. At several stages of the process, small quantities of the samples were studied using TEM,AEM, IR, ESCA and Auger methods.

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Characterization of Erionites with A Supported Metallic Phase by TEM, IR,AEM and Auger Methods

  • D. R. Acosta (a1), J. Salmones (a1), J. Navarrete (a1) and G. Juarez (a1)

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