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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 C1 to C70 by reacting carbon monoxide and hydrogen on a catalyst. Fischer–Tropsch synthesis (FTS) is now known as ...
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/Al2O3 catalyst were investigated. The fresh and spent catalysts were characterized ...
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 (C1–C70) of hydrocarbons, primarily straight-chained paraffins. Additional hydrocarbon products, which can also be a ...
Substitution of Co with Ni in Co/Al2O3 Catalysts for Fischer–Tropsch Synthesis
The effect of cobalt substitution with nickel was investigated for the Fischer–Tropsch synthesis reaction. Catalysts having different Ni/Co ratios were prepared by aqueous incipient wetness co-impregnation, characterized, ...
Editorial: Cobalt and Iron Catalysis
Cobalt and iron have long history of importance in the field of catalysis that continues to this day. Currently, both are prevalent metals in a multitude of catalytic processes: [...]