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In Situ UV-Raman Spectroscopy Of The Coking-caused Deactivation Mechanism Over An Mo/HMCM-22 Catalyst In Methane Dehydroaromatization

Xi Jiao, X. Huang, K. Wang
Published 2019 · Chemistry

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Mo speciation and coking progress over the Mo/HMCM-22 catalysts were investigated via in situ UV-Raman spectroscopy in both MDA process and catalyst regeneration by O2. A new insight into the coking-caused deactivation mechanism in the MDA reaction is given in detail.
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