Dehydrogenation of n-decane on deposited techetium catalysts
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We were the first to study the catalytic properties of technetium deposited on Al2O3 in the dehydrogenation of n-decane and it was shown that alumina-technetium catalysts have a relatively high activity and selectivity in the formation of monoolefins.
It was established that among the elements of the manganese subgroup in their activity in the dehydrogenation of n-decane the metals, deposited on Al2O3, fall into the order: Tc > Re ≫ Mn.
KeywordsAl2O3 Manganese High Activity Dehydrogenation Catalytic Property
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