Isobutane butene

Acid sites:

Very strong Strong Medium-weak

Dimerization and

Cracking Alkylation oligomerization

Figure 13.5 The influence of acid strength on the nature of the reaction products during the isobutane/2-butene alkylation.

TABLE 13.2 Isobutane Alkylation Catalyzed by Beta Zeolite and Sulfated Zirconia at Different Reaction Temperatures

Catalyst SO2"/ZrO2 H-Beta

Reaction temperature 293 K

2-Butene conversion, % 96.3

C8-Selectivity 45.3

TMP/C8 67.2

DMH/C8 27.7

Alkenes/C8 5.1

273 K 293 K 273 K

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