ISOMERIZATION OF n-HEXANE ON NATURAL MORDENITE CATALYSTS.

L. Gubicza, K. Behlendorff, K. Pataki

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Abstract

The authors studied a mordenite-containing rock sample from the Tokaj Mountains (Hungary) and its various forms modified by chemical treatment for catalytic properties during isomerization of n-hexane. Changes in chemical composition of the zeolite were followed by X-ray microanalysis after treatment with hydrochloric acid or ammonium nitrate, respectively. It was established that a catalytically active form can be produced by pretreatment of the rock. Results are compared with those obtained on a synthetic mordenite treated in a similar way.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherHungarian Chemical Soc
Pages31-36
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 1983

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Hexane
Rocks
Catalysts
Microanalysis
Hydrochloric acid
Isomerization
Nitrates
X rays
Chemical analysis

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Gubicza, L., Behlendorff, K., & Pataki, K. (1983). ISOMERIZATION OF n-HEXANE ON NATURAL MORDENITE CATALYSTS. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 31-36). Hungarian Chemical Soc.

ISOMERIZATION OF n-HEXANE ON NATURAL MORDENITE CATALYSTS. / Gubicza, L.; Behlendorff, K.; Pataki, K.

Unknown Host Publication Title. Hungarian Chemical Soc, 1983. p. 31-36.

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Gubicza, L, Behlendorff, K & Pataki, K 1983, ISOMERIZATION OF n-HEXANE ON NATURAL MORDENITE CATALYSTS. in Unknown Host Publication Title. Hungarian Chemical Soc, pp. 31-36.
Gubicza L, Behlendorff K, Pataki K. ISOMERIZATION OF n-HEXANE ON NATURAL MORDENITE CATALYSTS. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Hungarian Chemical Soc. 1983. p. 31-36
Gubicza, L. ; Behlendorff, K. ; Pataki, K. / ISOMERIZATION OF n-HEXANE ON NATURAL MORDENITE CATALYSTS. Unknown Host Publication Title. Hungarian Chemical Soc, 1983. pp. 31-36
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