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Vanadium–Potassium-Alumina Additives For SOx Removal In FCC: Effect Of Vanadium Content

Rafael Santos, Bianca Guatiguaba, M. H. Herbst, E. Pereira, Donato A.G. Aranda, M. Pereira
Published 2015 · Chemistry

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The fluid catalytic cracking is one of the main processes responsible for Sulfur emission in a refinery. Herein the effect of vanadium loading over an alumina previously modified with potassium was studied for sulfur mitigation. Vanadium is a key variable and even at very low amount all reaction steps involved in such process were improved.Graphical Abstract
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