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Number: 585/705
Name: Chemistry of hydrocarbon compounds > Saturated compound synthesis > With removal of catalyst component from metal-hydrocarbon complex
Description: Subject matter wherein a metal-hydrocarbon sludge resulting from a paraffin synthesis is treated to remove catalyst component therefrom, usually for recycle of the component.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6774274 Metal complexes for hydrogenation of unsaturated compounds Aug. 10, 2004
6469225 Process for manufacturing alkanes Oct. 22, 2002
5209907 Fluid flow control and isolation May. 11, 1993
5143703 Fluid flow control and isolation Sep. 1, 1992
5021223 Transfer of catalyst Jun. 4, 1991
4962268 Alkylation catalyst isolation Oct. 9, 1990
4120912 Recovery of Lewis acid/Bronsted acid catalyst with hydrogen at elevated temperatures and pressures Oct. 17, 1978
4098833 Regeneration of hydrocarbon conversion catalysts Jul. 4, 1978
4065381 Maintaining effective molar ratio of HF to metal pentafluoride in a hydrocarbon conversion process Dec. 27, 1977
4065405 Recovery of tantalum and/or niobium pentafluorides from a hydrocarbon conversion catalyst Dec. 27, 1977

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