Metal-Containing Nanodispersions as Fischer–Tropsch Catalysts in Three-Phase Slurry Reactors
Cobalt- and iron-containing dispersions that can be used as active catalysts for Fischer–Tropsch (FT) synthesis in slurry reactors and a new modification of this process based on the use of nanoheterogeneous catalysis approaches have been discussed. Synthesis procedures for the catalytic dispersions and specific features of occurrence of FT synthesis in the presence of these catalysts have been described.
Keywordsmetal-containing dispersions Fischer–Tropsch synthesis slurry reactor
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