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Violation of steady state process in CO hydrogenation to alcohols

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Studies of the effect of iron supported on the surface of a K2CO3-doped zinc-chromium catalyst or entrapped from synthesis gas, have revealed violation of the steady state process in alcohol synthesis. Periodic oscillations in temperature and concentrations of reactants and reaction products are observed.


При изучении влияния железа, нанесенного на поверхность промотированного K2CO3 цинк-хромового катализатора или попадающего из синтез-газа, установлено явление нарушения стационарности процесса синтеза спиртов, при котором происходят периодические изменения температуры в зоне катализа, а также концентраций реагирующих веществ, продуктов реакции.

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    Yu.N. Artyukh, N.K. Lunev, V.E. Leonov, O.P. Verkhgradskii, L.A. Roeva, L.E. Suchshaya, Yu.A. Mochalov: in Chemistry Based on One-Carbon Molecules and Adipinic Acid Monomers, p. 15, NIITEKhim, GosNIIMethanolproekt, Moskva, 1986.

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Artyukh, Y.N., Lunev, N.K. & Verkhgradskii, O.P. Violation of steady state process in CO hydrogenation to alcohols. React Kinet Catal Lett 40, 171–175 (1989). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02235157

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  • Hydrogenation
  • Iron
  • Alcohol
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Steady State