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Iron Oxide-Based Catalyst for Catalytic Cracking of Heavy Oil
Iron Ores and Iron Oxide Materials
This chapter describes an iron oxide catalyst containing Zr and Al for production of light hydrocarbons by catalytic cracking of petroleum residual oil in a steam atmosphere. The catalyst was hematite structure and useful for decomposition and desulfurization of residual oil. After lattice oxygen of iron oxide reacted with heavy oil fraction of residual oil, oxygen species generated from steam were supplied to iron oxide lattice and reacts with heavy oil fraction, producing light hydrocarbonsdoi:10.5772/intechopen.72719 fatcat:mswsjp7ikfht7esdzbtdoxvvve