Konishi Mitsuo, Ueno Eizaburo: Catalyst for hydrogenating carboxylic acid. Asahi Kasei, June 12, 2001: JP2001-157841 (85 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a catalyst capable of obtaining an alcohol group in high yield notwithstanding type of carboxylic acid, even if any type of carboxylic acid is used, and further to provide a method for manufacturing an alcohol group by direct hydrogenation using the catalyst.SOLUTION ...

Surface impregnated catalyst. Du Pont, January 23, 1980: GB1559540-A (71 worldwide citation)

A surface impregnated catalyst consisting essentially of a catalyst support, a palladium-gold alloy distributed in a surface layer of the catalyst support extending less than about 0.5 millimeter from the surface, and alkali metal acetate are provided. The catalyst has substantially higher specific ...

Oleck Stephen M, Stein Thomas R, Sherry Howard S, Milstein Donald: Process for demetalizing and desulfurizing residual oil with hydrogen and alumina-supported catalyst. Mobil Oil Corporation, Huggett Charles A, Gilman Michael G, Frilette Vincent J, June 24, 1975: US3891541 (58 worldwide citation)

This disclosure concerns the demetalization and desulfurization of metal and sulfur containing petroleum oils, preferably those containing residua hydrocarbon components, through the use of a catalyst comprising a hydrogenating component composited on a refractory base, preferably an alumina, whose ...

Peter F Carcia: Catalyst composition. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, August 20, 1985: US04536482 (57 worldwide citation)

A catalyst is disclosed wherein a particulate catalyst support has cosputtered on its surface a mixture of a catalytically active metal such as Pt, Pd, Ag, Au, Re, Rh, Ru or Ir and a cosputtered support material which preferably is the same material as the catalyst support.

Brevoord Eelko, Leliveld Robertus Gerardus, Janbroers Stephan: Catalytic hydrodeoxygenation of an oxygenate feedstock. Albemarle Netherlands, Brevoord Eelko, Leliveld Robertus Gerardus, Janbroers Stephan, HAMPTON Matthew John, December 13, 2007: WO/2007/141293 (55 worldwide citation)

A method for the hydrodeoxygenation of an oxygenate feedstock comprising contacting said feedstock with a sulphided catalyst composition under hydrodeoxygenation conditions, wherein said catalyst composition comprises: i) a porous carrier substantially comprised of alumina, said carrier comprising b ...

Christensen Robert I, Gould George D: Hydrodesulfurization process for the production of low-sulfur hydrocarbon mixture. Chevron Research Company, Magdeburger G F, Davies R H, Hagmann D L, September 2, 1975: US3902991 (52 worldwide citation)

Low-sulfur content hydrocarbon mixture and fuel oil blend below 0.2 or below 0.1 wt. % sulfur are obtained by hydrodesulfurizing vacuum gas oil under a hydrogen partial pressure of 300 - 800 psig. with a select high activity desulfurization catalyst. Further embodiments include the hydrodesulfurizat ...

Patricia A Beauseigneur, Irwin M Lachman, Mallanagouda D Patil, Srinivas H Swaroop, Raja R Wusirika: Pore impregnated catalyst device. Corning Incorporated, K van der Sterre, August 2, 1994: US05334570 (51 worldwide citation)

A porous catalyst support which may be used in a catalytic converter for treating automotive exhaust gases. The support comprises a substrate having a multichannel structure of generally thin walls and washcoat particles of colloidal particle size mainly or wholly within the pores of the walls so as ...

Michael F Carolan, Paul N Dyer: Ion transport membranes with catalyzed dense layer. Air Products and Chemicals, Keith D Gourley, October 29, 1996: US05569633 (50 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to surface catalyzed ion transport membranes which demonstrate superior oxygen flux. The membranes comprise a dense multicomponent metallic oxide layer having a first surface and a second surface wherein the first surface is coated with a catalyst such as a metal or an ...

Wilson Geoffrey R: Heavy oil demetallization and desulfurization process. Gulf Research & Development Company, August 5, 1975: US3898155 (49 worldwide citation)

Heavy oils containing sulfur and at least 80 parts per million metals are simultaneously demetallized and desulfurized by contacting the oil under hydrogenation conditions with a catalyst composition comprising a Group VI-B metal and at least one Group VIII metal composited with alumina, said cataly ...

Yamaguchi Toshio, Yokozuka Hideharu, Kanai Yuki: Hydrogenation catalyst for aromatic hydrocarbons contained in hydrocarbon oils. Sumitomo Metal Mining Co, December 4, 2002: EP1262234-A2 (46 worldwide citation)

A hydrogenation catalyst for hydrocarbon oils containing aromatic hydrocarbons is provided. The catalyst has a silica-magnesia oxide carrier with a magnesia content within a range from 25 to 50 weight percent calculated in terms of the metal oxide, to which a noble metal selected from among the grou ...