Activated Palygorskite and Activated Bentonite Clay as the Catalysts of the Process of Cooligomers Obtaining from Ethylene Productions Byproducts

Taras Voronchak, Irena Nykulyshyn, Zorian Pikh and Anna Rypka

The cooligomers production using С9 fraction of diesel fuel pyrolysis liquid products in the presence of silica-alumina acid type catalysts: activated palygorskite and activated bentonite clay has been investigated. Dependences between process conditions and cooligomer yield as well as between conditions and cooligomer properties have been studied. The relation between the catalysts properties and results obtained in their presence has been analyzed. The catalysts comparative analysis has been carried out.

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