Results of an investigation are presented which was conducted in order to evaluate the role of the higher valent chromium ion stabilized in the surface layer of SnO//2 in the oxidation of ethylene, ethylene oxide and propylene. The rate of the oxidation of all the three compounds markedly increased when a small amount of chromium has been incorporated and oxidized in the SnO//2. A direct correlation was found between the increase in the rate and the active oxygen content of different catalysts.
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 1 1975|
|Event||Mech of Hydrocarbon React, Symp, Proc, Siofok - |
Duration: Jun 5 1973 → Jun 7 1973
|Other||Mech of Hydrocarbon React, Symp, Proc, Siofok|
|Period||6/5/73 → 6/7/73|
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