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Number: 585/414
Name: Chemistry of hydrocarbon compounds > Aromatic compound synthesis > By ring formation from nonring moiety, e.g., aromatization, etc. > Using metal-free h acceptor
Description: Subject matter wherein the synthesis process employs a nonmetal element or a compound not containing a metal, which chemically reacts with hydrogen removed from a feedstock, the element or compound thereby being changed to a more hydrogenated material.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8188327 Isooctene/isooctane process May. 29, 2012
7273957 Process for the production of gasoline stocks Sep. 25, 2007
6544408 Process and installation for the production of aromatic compounds in a fixed bed Apr. 8, 2003
4246202 Production of cyclic hydrocarbons from normal octenes Jan. 20, 1981
4210603 Production of cyclic hydrocarbons from n-butenes Jul. 1, 1980
4070411 Conversion of lower olefins to isobutane Jan. 24, 1978











 
 
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