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INACKER : We investigated the aging of the catalyst and found that a fresh catalyst has a higher copper concentration on the surface than a used catalyst. the reaction. The copper content decreases during Copper leaves the catalyst via the gas phase. V. TWIGG : The impregnation procedure described involves the use of ethanolic solutions of cupric nitrate. dangerously explosive and Such solution can be should be diluted with a large excess of water before disposal. 0. INACKER : We used only small quantities of that solution and we were careful, so we had no explosion.

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