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Volume 5, Issue 1
  • ISSN: 0032-1400

Abstract

As part of a two-day symposium in Liverpool organised by the Society of Chemical Industry on “The Manufacture and Use of some Catalysts in the Petroleum and Petrochemical Industries”, Mr. H. Connor of Johnson, Matthey & Co., Limited presented a paper on “Platinum Reforming Catalysts”. Dealing both with the use of platinum reforming processes to yield high-octane fuels to meet the requirements of modern internal combustion engines and with the growing production by this route of aromatics as raw materials or intermediates for the chemical industry, the author outlined the principles of platinum reforming and described the major processes that have been developed. A summary of his paper is given here.

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