Hydrotreating Catalysts - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444880321, 9780080887449

Hydrotreating Catalysts, Volume 50

1st Edition

Preparation, Characterization and Performance

Editors: R.G. Anthony M.L. Occelli
eBook ISBN: 9780080887449
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 28th August 1989
Page Count: 294
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Table of Contents

Structure/function relations in transition metal sulfide catalysts (R.R. Chianelli, M. Daage). Stacking of molybdenum disulfide layers in hydrotreating catalysts (R.C. Ryan et al.). Chevrel phase HDS catalysts: structural and compositional relationships to catalytic activity (G.L. Schrader, M.E. Ekman). Influence of the support and the sulphidation temperature on the catalytic properties of molybdenum sulphide in pyridine hydrogenation and piperidine hydrodenitrogenation (J.L. Portefaix et al.). The effect of phosphate on the hydrodenitrogenation activity and selectivity of alumina-supported sulfided Mo, Ni and Ni-Mo catalysts (S. Eijsbouts et al.). Influence of preparation on the morphology and microstructure of cobalt-molybdenum sulphides (G. Díaz et al.). Effect of 2,6-diethylaniline and hydrogen sulphide on hydrodenitrogenation of quinoline over a sulphided NiO-MoO3/Al2O3 catalyst (C. Moreau et al.). Search for simple model coupounds to stimulate the inhibition of hydrodenitrogenation reactions by asphaltenes (C. Moreau et al.). The versatile role of nickel in Ni-MoS2/Al2O3 hydrotreating catalysts as shown by the use of probe molecules (J.P. Bonnelle et al.). A history of the development of high-metals hydrotreating catalysts. The use of crystallographic concepts in catalyst design (H.D. Simpson). Structure of bimetallic catalysts Pt/Sn on SiO2 vs. Al2O3 supports: NEXAFS and EXAFS diagnostics (N-S. Chiu et al.). Mössbauer study of the sulfidation of hydrodesulfurization catalysts: so-called ``Co-Mo-S'' phase observed in carbon-supported Co and Co-Mo sulfide catalysts (M.W.J. Craje et al.). A new approach for studying the acid strength distribution in hydrotreating catalysts by differential scanning colorimetry (A.K. Aboul-Gheit, A.M. Summan). Supported Co-Mo thin film sulphide catalysts for hydrodesulphurization. 1. XPS studies of the effects of reactant pressure (N.S. McIntyre et al.). Adsorption, reaction and desorption rate constants in heterogeneous catalysis, measured simultaneously by gas chromatography (N.A. Katsanos, J. Kapolos). A miniature on-line closed-cycle reactor for X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy studies of hydrodesulphurization reactions (P.A. Spevack et al.). Catalytic properties in hydrotreating reactions of ruthenium sulphides on Y zeolites: influence of the support acidity (S. Gobolos et al.). Upgrading of coprocessed naphtha by hydrotreating (M.V.C. Sekhar, P.M. Rahimi). Improved hydrocracking performance by combining conventional hydrotreating and zeolitic catalysts in stacked bed reactors (A.A. Esener, I.E. Maxwell). The microbial upgrading of model heavy oils (L.E. Patras, I.A. Webster). Author Index. Subject Index.


Description

This book provides much information of interest to anyone working in the petroleum industry or studying catalyst preparation and characterization in industrial or university laboratories. It contains both review articles and papers reporting progress concerning hydrotreating catalysts which together provide an up-to-date picture of this interesting field. The use of modern spectroscopic techniques in catalyst characterization is described and new concepts such as microbial upgrading and the use of crystallography data in catalyst design are presented.


Details

No. of pages:
294
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier Science 1989
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier Science
eBook ISBN:
9780080887449

About the Editors

R.G. Anthony Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, USA

M.L. Occelli Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

MLO Consulting, Atlanta, GA, USA