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Aromatic reduction of residue oil of naphtha cracking over bimetallic Pt–Pd catalysts supported on mesoporous molecular sieve

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An Al-containing mesoporous molecular sieve (Al-MMS) was prepared by hydrolysis of H2SiF6 and Al(NO3)3 · 9H2O. NH3-TPD results suggest that the acidity of Al-MMS was less than that of dealuminated zeolite Y. The potential use of mesoporous molecular sieve as a new support material for dearomatization of residue oil of naphtha cracking was described. In case of C9+ and PGO feed, Pt–Pd/Al-MMS showed a higher activity than Pt–Pd/dealuminated zeolite Y catalyst. This is ascribed to its better accessibility of bulky molecules, and much less cracking activity due to mild acidity, indicating high yield of liquid. Thus, Pt–Pd/Al-MMS catalyst can be applied effectively to the hydrogenation of aromatic compounds in the residue oil of a commercial naphtha cracker.

Affiliations: 1: New Chemistry Division, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, 100 Jang-dong, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 305-600, South Korea


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