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highly dependent on the supply/demand situation for both propylene and ethylene. It is expected that in order to meet future propylene demand, new processes such as catalytic propane dehydrogenation (PDH) will be developed. The PDH reaction is reversible

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effect of the calcination atmosphere on Pt–Sn catalysts for propane dehydrogenation and found that the calcination atmosphere mainly affected the metallic valence states, which were correlated with their catalytic behaviors. The XPS results illustrated in

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Reaction Kinetics, Mechanisms and Catalysis
Authors: Viorel Chihaia, Karl Sohlberg, Rodica Zăvoianu, Anca Cruceanu, Octavian Dumitru Pavel, Emilian Angelescu, Ana Paula Soares Dias, and Ruxandra Bîrjega

polyoxometalate-intercalated hydrotalcite . Chem Lett 5 : 815 – 818 10.1246/cl.1992.815 . 24. Mitchell , PCH , Wass , SA 2002 Propane dehydrogenation over molybdenum hydrotalcite catalysts

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