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. The dissolution of nickel dopant was considered to be the major deactivation process. Fig. 9 Catalytic activity of Ni–N–TiO 2 (10) with repeated use of the catalyst ( a ) 1–6 h, ( b ) 7–12 h, ( c ) 13–18 h, ( d

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products of this process are: allyl-glycidyl ether, and 3-allyloxy-1,2-propanediol. These compounds are formed with selectivities of 5 mol% (20 °C)—13 mol% (60 °C). Bis(allyl) ether is formed with the selectivity 3–5 mol%, and acroleine with 1

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. Hakkarainen , R , Salmi , T . 1993 . Water-gas shift reaction on a cobalt-molybdenum oxide catalyst . Appl Catal A Gen . 99 : 195 – 215 10.1016/0926-860X(93)80099-C . 13. Lund , CRF . 1996

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