Cyclotrimerization of ethylene on modified aluminum-platinum catalysts
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The catalytic properties of aluminum-platinum catalysts modified by compounds of Bi, Pb, Tb, Pr, Nd, Re, and Sn-Ce, as well as by NaNO3 and HNO3, have been investigated in the cyclotrimerization of ethylene.
An increase in the Pt content from 0.6 to 10% in Pt/Al2O3 (HNO3) catalysts does not result in an increase in the catalytic activity of aluminum-platinum catalysts.
KeywordsEthylene Catalytic Activity HNO3 NaNO3 Catalytic Property
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