By J.J. Spivey, G.W. Roberts, B.H. Davis

This complaints includes the papers offered on the ninth foreign Symposium on Catalyst Deactivation, held in Lexington, KY, united states, on 7-10 October 2001.

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I . . i . . I . . i . . i . . 2 Coke formation Fig. 5 shows typical results of coke formation continuously measured with the TEOM. 0 resulting from the initial 12DCP adsorption and coking on the most active sites of Cat-I. 9 kPa; . 5 10 seconds. 18 0 30 60 90 120 150 mg from all subsequent total weight gains for t/h data analyses. The data in Fig. 5 also show that coke Fig. 5. Coke deposition on Cat-I. formation occurs rapidly at first and becomes increasingly slow as coke piles up.

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