Houdry butane dehydrogenation

Houdry butane dehydrogenation

[′hü·drē ¦byü‚tān dē‚hī·drə·jə′nā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
A catalytic process for dehydrogenating light hydrocarbons from crude oil to their corresponding mono- or diolefins; chromia-alumina catalysts with inert material are used in pellet form.
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