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Fluorinated Hydrotreatment Catalysts - Acidity and Carbon Deposition On Fluorine Nickel-molybdenum Gamma-alumina Catalysts

Bibliographic reference Papadopoulou, C. ; Delmon, Bernard ; Matralis, H. ; Lycourghiotis, A. ; Grange, Paul. Fluorinated Hydrotreatment Catalysts - Acidity and Carbon Deposition On Fluorine Nickel-molybdenum Gamma-alumina Catalysts. In: Journal of the Chemical Society. Faraday Transactions, Vol. 89, no. 16, p. 3157-3160 (1993)
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