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Synthesis of gaseous hydrocarbons from carbon monoxide and hydrogen over transition metal catalyst (Part 6). The selectivity of iron-lamellar compound of graphite catalysts in Fischer-Tropsch synthesis
Journal of the Japan Petroleum Institute
The hydrogenation of carbon monoxide was investigated using a series of lamellar compounds of graphite (LCG) containing iron as a catalytically active component. After hydrogen reduction, the FeCl3-LCG exhibited catalytic activity for synthesis of hydrocarbons, of which the distribution depended on the reduction conditions. With increasing reduction temperature and period, the catalytic activity decreased, and the hydrocarbon distribution shifted toward lower molecular weight products,doi:10.1627/jpi1958.25.360 fatcat:gj5n6xmkpvfanaf23ocytagpg4