Mechanism for the aromatization of N-hexane on an alumina-chromium-iron catalyst
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The formation of an aromatic hydrocarbon from a paraffin on an alumina-chromium-iron catalyst not containing alkali proceeds through the sequential dehydrogenation of the aliphatic molecule, i.e., through a mechanism which is well known for oxide aromatization catalysts.
The contribution of aromatization pathways through the formation of cyclic products in the first reaction steps is either very small or absent completely.
KeywordsOxide Hydrocarbon Paraffin Aromatic Hydrocarbon Dehydrogenation
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