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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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.


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...