BUTENE DIMERIZATION OVER SULFATE AND TUNGSTATE MODIFIED SOLID ACIDS

TitleBUTENE DIMERIZATION OVER SULFATE AND TUNGSTATE MODIFIED SOLID ACIDS
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication1994
AuthorsSOLED, S., N. DISPENZIERE, and R. Saleh
EditorHattori, H., M. Misono, and Y. Ono
Conference NameACID-BASE CATALYSIS II
Pagination537-541
PublisherHokkaido Univ, Grad Sch Environm Earth Sci; Sapporo Int Commun Plaza Fdn
Conference LocationSARA BURGERHARTSTRAAT 25, PO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
ISBN Number0-444-98655-3
Abstract

Butene dimerization was studied over a series of bulk and supported sulfate and tungstate-modified zirconia and titania catalysts. Homogeneous precipitation and precipitation-deposition techniques were used to prepare multicomponent catalysts, some containing dispersed NiO on the acid. The NiO tempers the acidity, favoring trimers at the expense of cracked (C-5-C-7) products, and also decreases branching of the octenes.

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