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Fischer–Tropsch: Product Selectivity–The Fingerprint of Synthetic Fuels
The bulk of the products that were synthesized from Fischer–Tropsch synthesis (FTS) is a wide range (C<sub>1</sub>–C<sub>70+</sub>) of hydrocarbons, primarily straight-chained paraffins. Additional hydrocarbon products, ...
Editorial: Cobalt and Iron Catalysis
Cobalt and iron have long history of importance in the field of catalysis that continues to this day [...]
Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis: Cd, In and Sn Effects on a 15%Co/Al2O3 Catalyst
The effects of 1% of Cd, In and Sn additives on the physicochemical properties and Fischer-Tropsch synthesis (FTS) performance of a 15% Co/Al<sub>2</sub>O<sub>3</sub> catalyst were investigated. The fresh and spent catalysts ...
Fischer–Tropsch Synthesis: Computational Sensitivity Modeling for Series of Cobalt Catalysts
Nearly a century ago, Fischer and Tropsch discovered a means of synthesizing organic compounds ranging from C<sub>1</sub> to C<sub>70</sub> by reacting carbon monoxide and hydrogen on a catalyst. Fischer–Tropsch ...
The Preparation and Characterization of Co–Ni Nanoparticles and the Testing of a Heterogenized Co–Ni/Alumina Catalyst for CO Hydrogenation
Samples of well-controlled nanoparticles consisting of alloys of cobalt and nickel of different atomic ratios were synthesized using wet chemical methods with oleylamine as the solvent and the reducing agent. These materials ...