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“…In contrast to the results observed for the skeletal isomerization of paraffins and naphthenes, the rate of ring closure of alkanes on a bifunctional Pt/Al 2 O 3 catalyst increases significantly with increasing platinum loadings (Sinfelt et al, 1962). The increase in reaction rate was less than proportional to the increase in platinum content, however.…”
Section: Network Generationcontrasting
confidence: 77%
“…In contrast to the results observed for the skeletal isomerization of paraffins and naphthenes, the rate of ring closure of alkanes on a bifunctional Pt/Al 2 O 3 catalyst increases significantly with increasing platinum loadings (Sinfelt et al, 1962). The increase in reaction rate was less than proportional to the increase in platinum content, however.…”
Section: Network Generationcontrasting
confidence: 77%
“…The selectivity and catalyst life of the solid acid isomerization catalysts are greatly improved by loading a hydrogendissociative metal on the solid acid and conducting the reaction in the presence of hydrogen (Sinfelt et al, 1962;Zhang et al, 1995;Chu et al 1998;Demuth et al, 2003;Ono, 2003). In all instances platinum is the preferred metal, while three different solid acid supports are commonly used, namely chlorided alumina, sulphated metal oxides, and zeolites (Kuchar et al, 1999;Weyda and Köhler, 2003).…”
Section: Catalyst Selectionmentioning
confidence: 99%