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Paul E Eberly Jr: Reforming with multimetallic catalysts. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, L A Proctor, April 10, 1979: US04148758 (16 worldwide citation)

A process for desensitizing a hypersensitive, high activity reforming catalyst for suppression of hydrogenolysis which is particularly acute during the early portion of the period that the catalyst is placed on stream, i.e., at the start-up of a reactor. The catalyst is constituted of a composite wh ...


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Paul E Eberly Jr: Reforming with multimetallic catalysts. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, Llewellyn A Proctor, September 25, 1979: US04169043 (9 worldwide citation)

A process for desensitizing a hypersensitive, high activity reforming catalyst for suppression of hydrogenolysis which is particularly acute during the early portion of the period that the catalyst is placed on stream, i.e., at the startup of a reactor. The catalyst is constituted of a composite whi ...


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Paul E Eberly Jr: Reforming with multimetallic catalysts. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, L A Proctor, April 24, 1979: US04151115 (8 worldwide citation)

A process for desensitizing a hypersensitive, high activity reforming catalyst for suppression of hydrogenolysis which is particularly acute during the early portion of the period that the catalyst is placed on stream, i.e., at the startup of a reactor. The catalyst is constituted of a composite whi ...


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Paul E Eberly Jr, Charles H Mauldin, William C Baird Jr: Reforming with multimetallic catalysts. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, Llewellyn A Proctor, May 5, 1981: US04265786 (8 worldwide citation)

A catalyst comprised of platinum, copper, selenium and halogen, composited with an inorganic oxide support or carrier, preferably alumina. The catalyst is one which possesses an intrinsically high activity, is stable and can operate at reforming conditions at high severities.


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Charles H Mauldin, William C Baird Jr: Reforming with multimetallic catalysts. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, Llewellyn A Proctor, August 3, 1982: US04342644 (7 worldwide citation)

A catalyst constituted of a composite which includes hydrogenation-dehydrogenation components comprised of palladium and rhenium to which a small amount of iridium is added to increase the aromatic content of the reformate, particularly the high octane C.sub.9 + aromatics, and reduce the cooking ten ...


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Charles H Mauldin, William C Baird Jr: Reforming with multimetallic catalysts. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, Llewellyn A Proctor, August 31, 1982: US04347123 (6 worldwide citation)

A catalyst constituted of a Group VI-B metal, especially chromium and molybdenum, composited with an inorganic oxide support, notably alumina, neutralized; and the use of such catalyst in reforming naphthas of high olefin content, particularly non-hydrofined olefinic naphthas which contain high conc ...


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Paul E Eberly Jr: Reforming with multimetallic catalysts. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, L A Proctor, August 28, 1979: US04166046 (5 worldwide citation)

A catalyst composition, and process, useful in reforming a hydrocarbon feed at reforming conditions without excessive hydrogenolysis, a phenomenon which is normally particularly acute during the startup of a reactor. The catalyst is constituted of a composite which includes a Group VIII noble metal ...


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Charles H Mauldin, William C Baird Jr: Reforming with multimetallic catalysts. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, Llewellyn A Proctor, February 17, 1981: US04251392 (5 worldwide citation)

A catalyst constituted of a composite which includes hydrogenation-dehydrogenation components comprised of palladium and platinum in total concentration ranging from about 0.2 to about 0.6 percent, in molar concentration of palladium:platinum ranging from about 1:1 to about 10:1 composited with an i ...


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Paul E Eberly Jr, Charles H Mauldin, William C Baird Jr: Reforming with multimetallic catalysts. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Llewellyn A Proctor, January 25, 1983: US04370224 (4 worldwide citation)

A catalyst comprised of platinum, iridium, copper, selenium and halogen, composited with an inorganic oxide support or carrier, preferably alumina. The catalyst is one which possesses an intrinsically high activity, is stable, and can operate at reforming conditions at high severities.


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Charles H Mauldin, William C Baird Jr: Reforming with multimetallic catalysts. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, Llewellyn A Proctor, February 17, 1981: US04251391 (4 worldwide citation)

A catalyst constituted of a composite which includes hydrogenation-dehydrogenation components comprised of platinum and rhenium to which a small amount of copper is added to suppress hydrogenolysis, which is particularly acute in reforming during the early period of operation when the catalyst is pl ...