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Role of chlorine in improving selectivity in the oxidative coupling of methane of ethylene

Abstract:

Samarium, magnesium and manganese oxide and alkali-promoted oxide catalysts have been prepared and tested for the oxidative coupling of methane. The results show that alkali-promoted oxides inhibit total oxidation and have a higher selectivity for the formation of C2 products than the undoped metal oxides. These catalysts have been promoted by injecting pulses of gaseous chlorinated compounds (dichloromethane and chloroform) during the reaction. It has been found that these chlorinated compou...

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Journal:
Applied catalysis
Volume:
46
Issue:
1
Pages:
69-87
Publication date:
1989-01-02
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ISSN:
0166-9834
URN:
uuid:b41d4ea8-1248-43d5-b9d6-5693f71099ea
Source identifiers:
180200
Local pid:
pubs:180200
Language:
English

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