Reaction gas chromatography: Hydrogenation cracking of hydrocarbons
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Hydrogenation degradation of hexane, 2-methylpentane, 2,2-dimethylbutane, trans 2-hexene, cyclohexane and benzene on a nickel catalyst was studied. The degradation products were separated in a capillary column with squalane and identified using the appropriate retention indices. The results obtained (the degree of conversion and the relative content of the individual products) are discussed in connection with the thermal degradation of these substances in an inert atmosphere.
Key WordsReaction gas chromatography
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