NewsUsing a nanoscale tandem catalyst to get more propylene out
of propane during dehydrogenation

19th March 2021by admin0
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A team of researchers at Northwestern University has
developed a nanoscale tandem catalyst to get more propylene out of
propane during dehydrogenation. In their paper published in the
journal Science, the group describes their method and the
improvements they found in its use. Chunlei Pei and Jinlong Gong
with Tianjin University have published a Perspectives piece in the
same journal issue outlining the benefits of tandem catalysis and
the work done by the team in Illinois.

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