Behavior of Inorganic Materials on Catalysts Used for Coal Liquefaction
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MoO3-Al2O3 catalysts developed so far were rapidly deactivated by the deposition of metal elements, originated from coal, on the catalyst during hydroliquefaction of coal [1,2]. The clarification of the behavior of the metal elements on the catalyst is needed to establish practical methods for the lessening of catalyst deactivation by metal deposition.
KeywordsCatalyst Particle Metal Element Catalyst Deactivation Surface Chemical Composition Coal Liquefaction
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