dehydrogenation


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de·hy·dro·gen·a·tion

(dē-hī'dro'jen-ā'shŭn),
Removal of a pair of hydrogen atoms from a compound by the action of enzymes (dehydrogenases) or other catalysts.

de·hy·dro·gen·a·tion

(dē-hī'drō-jĕ-nā'shŭn)
Removal of a pair of hydrogen atoms from a compound by the action of enzymes (dehydrogenases) or other catalysts.

dehydrogenation

the removal of hydrogen atoms from a donor molecule, which is oxidized, to a receptor molecule which is reduced, a reaction involving DEHYDROGENASES.
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It has been reported that (16) for copolymer fibres stabilized in the presence of air, cyclization and dehydrogenation go hand in hand whereas for homopolymer fibers dehydrogenation occurs prior to cyclization.
The UOP Oleflex process uses catalytic dehydrogenation to convert propane to propylene.
The final desorption step involving LiH dehydrogenation typically occurs above 680 [degrees]C and is not practical under experimental conditions of interest.
A sampling of topics includes: EPR spectroscopy of polycrystalline oxide systems, the application of UV-visible-NIR spectroscopy to oxides, solid-state MNR of oxidation catalysts, photoelectron spectroscopy of catalytic oxide materials, transmission electron microscopy, vanadium phosphate catalysts, heterogeneous catalysis by uranium oxides, alkane dehydrogenation over vanadium and chromium, and oxide materials in photocatalytic processes.
Al Waha Petrochemicals is aiming to produce high specification polypropylene products using the most advanced propane dehydrogenation technology.
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And OPC appears dedicated to back integrating itself, with a plan to double capacity at the polypropylene plant in two years and build a propane dehydrogenation unit to feed the polypropylene plant.
Power-intensive technology of the butadiene and isoprene synthesis by two step dehydrogenation and one step dehydrogenation of butadiene was stopped or limited to plants with subsidized price of energy resources.
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