Reducing benzol content in reformate by reacting its narrow fractions
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A method has been developed to reduce benzol content in reformate by reacting its narrow fractions in the presence of R-164 industrial catalyst. The optimal conditions of the process in which the benzol content drops by 77.4 rel. % are established. This ensures fall of benzene content in reformate to 1.31 wt. %.
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- Reducing benzol content in reformate by reacting its narrow fractions
Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Oils
Volume 48, Issue 5 , pp 372-375
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