Preface. Keynote Lectures. Hydrocracking in the year 2000: a strong interaction between technology development and market requirements (J.K. Minderhoud et al.). Life cycle of hydroprocessing catalysts and total catalyst management (S. Eijsbouts). Hydrogen spillover and hydrocracking, hydroisomerization (K. Fujimoto). Conversion of model sulfur compounds to characterize hydrodesulfurization
CoMo/Al2O catalysts (J. Leglise et al.).
The Catalyst Under Working Conditions. Highly active MoS2-based dispersed catalyst with a novel morphology (Y. Araki et al.). Use of noble metals in hydrodeoxygenation reactions (A. Centeno et al.). Influence of the hydrogen sulfide partial pressure on the hydrodeoxygenation reactions over sulfided CoMo/carbon catalysts (M. Ferrari et al.).
Performance of noble metal-Mo/&ggr;-Al2O3 catalysts: effect of preparation parameters (M.H. Pinzón et al.).
Use of ammonium tetrathiomolybdate as a new precursor for the preparation of hydrodesulfurization catalysts by a sol-gel method (L. Le Bihan et al.). Influence of sulphidation and fluoridation on the HDN of o-toluidine over tungsten catalysts ex ammonium tetrathiotungstate (M. Sun, R. Prins). Modeling molybdenum carbide-based hydrodesulfurization (HDS) catalysts using carbon-modified Mo(110) surfaces (C.L. Roe, K.H. Schulz). TiO2-coated on Al2O3 support prepared by CVD method for HDS catalysts (K. Segawa, S. Satoh).
Sulfur uptake, exchange and HDS activity of NiMoOx/Al2O3 catalysts (T. Koltai et al.). Stability of CoMo/Al2O3 catalysts: effect of HDO cycles on HDS (T.-R. Viljava et al.). CoMo/Al2O3 and CoMo/TiO2-Al2O3 catalysts in