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“…Further improvement in catalyst activity is necessary when the sulfur content is to be reduced to ultra low levels (o15 ppm). Intensive efforts have been devoted worldwide to the development of highly active hydrotreating catalysts for the deep desulfurisation of diesel to ultra low sulfur levels, [62][63][64][65] and new generation catalysts with very high HDS activity are being continuously developed and introduced to the market. The development of improved hydrotreating catalysts has been possible through a clear understanding of the key properties, namely, the nature of the active sites and their structure, support effects and the textural characteristics of supports, which have significant influence on catalyst performance.…”
Section: Catalyst Development For Deep Hdsmentioning
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“…Further improvement in catalyst activity is necessary when the sulfur content is to be reduced to ultra low levels (o15 ppm). Intensive efforts have been devoted worldwide to the development of highly active hydrotreating catalysts for the deep desulfurisation of diesel to ultra low sulfur levels, [62][63][64][65] and new generation catalysts with very high HDS activity are being continuously developed and introduced to the market. The development of improved hydrotreating catalysts has been possible through a clear understanding of the key properties, namely, the nature of the active sites and their structure, support effects and the textural characteristics of supports, which have significant influence on catalyst performance.…”
Section: Catalyst Development For Deep Hdsmentioning
“…The ratio of alumina to silica was optimized at 27-30% silica, which was lower than that reported for the cracking catalyst in which alumina was the minor component [21]. The alumina surface is thought to anchor NiMoS by the surrounding silica particles, enhancing the acidity of alumina, as reported for fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) catalysts [22].…”
Section: Its Highest Hydrogenation Activity Was Confirmed By the Lowementioning
“…It is important to note that the metal content of these catalysts is about 25 wt.%, which is a high metal load. The hydrotreated product is then fed to the second reactor in order to perform ultra-deep desulfurization [19][20].…”
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