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Number: 585/954
Name: Chemistry of hydrocarbon compounds > Miscellaneous considerations > Exploiting mass-action phenomenon
Description: Collection of documents (under unnumbered subclass MISCELLANEOUS CONSIDERATIONS) disclosing a modification of a reaction system including the addition to or removal from a reaction zone of a material other than a catalyst or solvent to shift the equilibrium state of the reaction in a desired direction.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5202517 Process for production of ethylene from ethane Apr. 13, 1993
4482775 Isomerization of C.sub.4 alkenes Nov. 13, 1984
4232177 Catalytic distillation process Nov. 4, 1980
4101596 Low pressure xylene isomerization Jul. 18, 1978
4079091 Method for the production of vinyl norbornene Mar. 14, 1978
4079095 Manufacture of light olefins Mar. 14, 1978
4049735 Use of elemental oxygen to inhibit elution of antimony from an antimony-ZSM-5 catalyst Sep. 20, 1977
4048243 Method for the production of ethylbenzene Sep. 13, 1977











 
 
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