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Number: 585/713
Name: Chemistry of hydrocarbon compounds > Saturated compound synthesis > By condensation of a paraffin molecule with an olefin-acting molecule, e.g., alkylation, etc. > With removal of organic halogen contaminant > Using solid catalyst or sorbent
Description: Subject matter in which a solid catalyst or sorbent is used to remove the organic halogen compound.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6844479 Alkylation process Jan. 18, 2005
6583330 Catalysts containing heteropolyanions usable in processes for conversion of paraffins Jun. 24, 2003
6392114 Solid catalyst alkylation process with regeneration section and hydrogen fractionation zone May. 21, 2002
6281405 Alkylation process using membrane for recovery of halides Aug. 28, 2001
6043404 Removal of alkyl halides from hydrocarbon stream Mar. 28, 2000
5731256 Alkylation catalyst for C.sub.4 -C.sub.5 isoparaffins using at least one C.sub.2 -C.sub.6 olefin Mar. 24, 1998
4039603 Vapor pressure-adjusted motor fuel alkylate of reduced fluoride content Aug. 2, 1977

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