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Number: 585/900
Name: Chemistry of hydrocarbon compounds > Catalyst and recycle considerations > Rehabilitation of h acceptor
Description: Collection of patents (under unnumbered subclass CATALYST AND RECYCLE CONSIDERATIONS) concerned with dehydrogenation to produce a hydrocarbon compound, in which a hydrogen acceptor compound is employed and is rehabilitated for reuse in the process, the rehabilitation usually comprising oxidation of the reduced acceptor compound.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6558533 Process for sulfur removal from hydrocarbon liquids May. 6, 2003
5026947 Methane conversion process Jun. 25, 1991
4864073 Processes for converting methane to higher molecular weight hydrocarbons via sulfur-containing intermediates Sep. 5, 1989
4795850 Process for the production of a synthesis gas conversion catalyst Jan. 3, 1989
4754094 Fixed bed reactor system Jun. 28, 1988
4292454 Coupling reaction involving a Grignard and allylic halide Sep. 29, 1981
4067924 Dehydrogenation process Jan. 10, 1978
4024200 Countercurrent flow reaction chamber for plural stages of HF alkylation May. 17, 1977
4009219 Total synthesis of benzene from non-hydrocarbon materials Feb. 22, 1977
3937746 Sulfur promoted oxidative dehydrogenation Feb. 10, 1976

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