BENCH-SCALE CONTINUOUS REACTOR STUDIES ON THE CATALYSED HYDROGENATION OF VICTORIAN BROWN COAL

J. B. Agnew, W. R. Jackson, F. P. Larkins

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Abstract

Previously reported experimental work on the direct hydrogenation of Victorian brown coal has largely been carried out in batch autoclaves. Attention has been concentrated on the catalytic effects of iron-containing materials as cheap disposable catalysts and the synergistic catalytic effect of tin when added in small amounts to iron-based catalysts.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings
Pages112-115
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 1983

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Agnew, J. B., Jackson, W. R., & Larkins, F. P. (1983). BENCH-SCALE CONTINUOUS REACTOR STUDIES ON THE CATALYSED HYDROGENATION OF VICTORIAN BROWN COAL. In Proceedings (pp. 112-115)