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Method of heavy reformate conversion into btx over metal-impregnated ZSM-5+nanocrystalline beta zeolite composite catalyst; said composite catalyst

AuthorsCorma, Avelino CSIC ORCID; Portilla, M.T.; Martínez Sánchez, Cristina; Navarro, María Teresa; Shaikh, S.; Abudawoud, R.
Issue Date18-Sep-2019
CitationEP3539654 A1
AbstractMethod of making BTX compounds including benzene, toluene, and xylene, including feeding heavy reformate to a reactor containing a composite zeolite catalyst. The composite zeolite catalyst includes a mixture of nanocrystalline Beta zeolite (Nano-Beta) comprising crystal size in the range of 10 to 40 nm and ZSM-5. The Nano-Beta, the ZSM-5, or both include one or more impregnated metals. The method further includes producing the BTX compounds by simultaneously performing transalkylation and dealkylation of the heavy reformate in the reactor. The composite zeolite catalyst is able to simultaneously catalyze both the transalkylation and dealkylation reactions
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