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Pt- and K-promoted supported gallia as a highly stable alternative catalyst for isobutane dehydrogenation

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Addition of Pt and K to Ga2O3/Al2O3 was shown to be beneficial for isobutane dehydrogenation. This catalytic system can be successfully realized in both fluidized and fixed-bed reactors. In contrast to supported catalysts based on CrOx and Pt–Sn, the catalyst performance of the supported Ga–Pt–K catalyst only marginally changed after 3 hours of dehydrogenation.

Graphical abstract: Pt- and K-promoted supported gallia as a highly stable alternative catalyst for isobutane dehydrogenation

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Submitted
07 Jul 2020
Accepted
13 Sep 2020
First published
14 Sep 2020

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Catal. Sci. Technol., 2020, Advance Article
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Pt- and K-promoted supported gallia as a highly stable alternative catalyst for isobutane dehydrogenation

A. N. Matveyeva, N. A. Zaitseva, N. A. Pakhomov and D. Yu. Murzin, Catal. Sci. Technol., 2020, Advance Article , DOI: 10.1039/D0CY01366H

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