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Process for removal of oxygenates from a paraffin stream

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #7368618.

The present invention comprises a process for removal of oxygenates from a paraffin-rich or olefin-rich paraffin stream which comprises passing a feed stream, comprising one or more C.sub.10 to C.sub.15 feed paraffins or C.sub.10 to C.sub.15 olefin-rich paraffin stream and one or more oxygenates through an adsorbent bed comprising one or more adsorbents selected from silica gel, activated alumina and sodium x zeolites to remove essentially all of said oxygenates; and recovering said paraffins. A second adsorbent bed may be employed to more thoroughly remove these oxygenates.

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