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Petroleum Catalysis in Nontechnical Language

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Title: Petroleum Catalysis in Nontechnical Language
Author: John S. Magee, Ph.D., Ph.D. and Geoffrey E. Dolbear
ISBN: 087814661X / 9780878146611
Format: Soft Cover
Pages: 215
Publisher: PennWell
Year: 1998
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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Catalysis is literally the heart of many petroleum refining processes and therefore of ongoing interest to those in and around the refining industry. This new book will examine fluid catalytic cracking (FCC), reforming, hydrotreating, hydrocracking, isomerization, and polymerization, as well as catalysts of the future. Readers will understand the connection between catalyst and product, what makes a catalyst good or bad, and how catalysts affect petroleum products and profits.

Preface
Acknowledgments
Essential References

Section 1 : Catalyst Composition and Function
Introduction
Chapter 1 : Catalytic Chemistry 101, Divided by Two
Chapter 2 : Surface Area
Chapter 3 : Surface Energies
Chapter 4 : Kinetics-Controlling The Reaction
Chapter 5 : Catalyst Preparation and Formation

Section 2 : Refinery Catalytic Processes
Chapter 6 : Catalytic Cracking
Chapter 7 : Hydrotreating Catalysts
Chapter 8 : Catalytic Reforming
Chapter 9 : Hydrocracking Catalysts
Chapter 10 : Alkylation, Isomerization, and Polymerization
Chapter 11 : Refinery Hydrogen Production
Chapter 12 : Catalyst Handling, Regeneration, and Disposal
Chapter 13 : New Catalyst Development

Glossary
Index

 
 
 
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