Aromatization of ethylene and methanol on a new type of zeolites
Samples of a new type of high-silica zeolites have a high catalytic activity for the dehydration of methanol and the formation of aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons from it, and also for the cyclotrimerization of ethylene.
The obtained data confirm the path for the aromatization of methanol via the intermediate formation of ethylene and other low-molecular-weight olefins.
KeywordsEthylene Methanol Zeolite Hydrocarbon Catalytic Activity
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