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Sulphur reduction additive prepared from caustic-modified kaolin

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The performance of a fluidized cracking catalyst additive prepared from caustic-modified kaolin microspheres for gasoline S reduction was investigated using N2 adsorption, infrared acid-site characterization, X-ray diffraction and small-scale fluid bed reactor tests. The additive exhibited improved coke selectivity and yield distribution, and the S content of cracked gasoline was reduced significantly. The results indicated that a reactive mesoporous structure was formed in the modified kaolin.
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Keywords: CATALYTIC CRACKING; COKE; FCC ADDITIVE; GASOLINE; MODIFIED KAOLIN; SULPHUR

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2005-09-01

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