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Selectivity of the Fischer-Tropsch process: deviations from single alpha product distribution explained by gradients in process conditions

Selectivity of the Fischer-Tropsch process: deviations from single alpha product distribution explained by gradients in process conditions, Katrina D. Kruit, David Vervloet, Freek Kapteijn, and J. Ruud van Ommen. Catal. Sci. Technol. 2013, 3 , 2210–2213.

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Abstract

Non-ASF product distributions in Fischer-Tropsch synthesis can occur with a gradient in process conditions at the particle or reactor scale, leading to a gradient in chain growth probability [small alpha]. Weighted summation of local product distributions gives the proper, non-ASF product distribution.

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@Article{C3CY00080J,
author ="Kruit, Katrina D. and Vervloet, David and Kapteijn, Freek and van Ommen, J. Ruud",
title  ="Selectivity of the Fischer-Tropsch process: deviations from single alpha product distribution explained by gradients in process conditions",
journal  ="Catal. Sci. Technol.",
year  ="2013",
volume  ="3",
issue  ="9",
pages  ="2210-2213",
publisher  ="The Royal Society of Chemistry",
doi  ="10.1039/C3CY00080J",
url  ="http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C3CY00080J",
abstract  ="Non-ASF product distributions in Fischer-Tropsch synthesis can occur with a gradient in process conditions at the particle or reactor scale{,} leading to a gradient in chain growth probability [small alpha]. Weighted summation of local product distributions gives the proper{,} non-ASF product distribution."}

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