publication . Other literature type . Article . 2015

Deactivation and Regeneration of Commercial Type Fischer-Tropsch Co-Catalysts—A Mini-Review

Erling Rytter; Anders Holmen;
Open Access
  • Published: 26 Mar 2015
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
Deactivation of commercially relevant cobalt catalysts for Low Temperature Fischer-Tropsch (LTFT) synthesis is discussed with a focus on the two main long-term deactivation mechanisms proposed: Carbon deposits covering the catalytic surface and re-oxidation of the cobalt metal. There is a great variety in commercial, demonstration or pilot LTFT operations in terms of reactor systems employed, catalyst formulations and process conditions. Lack of sufficient data makes it difficult to correlate the deactivation mechanism with the actual process and catalyst design. It is well known that long term catalyst deactivation is sensitive to the conditions the actual cata...
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free text keywords: Fischer-Tropsch, deactivation, regeneration, Co-catalysts, Cobalt, chemistry.chemical_element, chemistry, Patent literature, Process conditions, Fischer–Tropsch process, Chemical engineering, Mini review, Catalysis, Cobalt metal, Carbon, lcsh:Chemical technology, lcsh:TP1-1185, lcsh:Chemistry, lcsh:QD1-999
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