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Catalytic Agent for Gasoline Quality Improvement Developed
10.06.2011 11:22
Catalytic Agent for Gasoline Quality Improvement Developed

Researchers from Omsk made a first commercial lot of a new catalytic agent for improving quality of gasoline.

      The catalytic agent was developed in the Institute of Hydrocarbon Processing (Siberian branch of Russian academy of sciences). The agent contains a mixture of active substances (platinum, rhenium, promoters and a halogen) inside a porous matrix of aluminum oxide.

      The agent transforms gasoline fractions into high-octane benzene components, aromatic hydrocarbons (benzene, toluene, xylenes) and hydrogen.

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Author: Anna Kizilova

Tags: Russian academy of sciences hydrocarbon fuel oil chemistry  

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