Deep desulfurization of FCC gasoline by selective adsorption over nanosized zeolite-based adsorbents
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Deep desulfurization of FCC gasoline by selective absorption was performed on various ion-exchanged nanosized Y zeolites. It was found that the metal ion as well as calcination conditions have significant influence on the absorption performance. The highest S absorption capacity was obtained on a HCuCeY sample calcined in N2 atmosphere.
KeywordsDeep desulfurization Selective absorption Nanosized zeolite
This work was supported by the Application Basic Research Project of Tianjin (No. 07JCYBJC01000).
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