Study of the catalytic activity of decationized L zeolites in transformations of o-xylene
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L zeolite exhibits weak selectivity for NH4+ cations which decreases as the degree of ion exchange increases in substitution of potassium cations with ammonia ions.
Only L zeolites with a degree of decationization above 50% exhibit catalytic activity in transformation of o-xylene.
Isomerization of xylenes on L zeolites primarily takes place by means of intramolecular transformations.
KeywordsAmmonia Potassium Zeolite Catalytic Activity Xylene
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