A Guide to Aniline Production
  • Author : Jagat Kumar Das
  • Release Date : 15 April 2021
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Genre : Technology & Engineering
  • Pages : 266
  • ISBN 13 : 0128191902

A Guide to Aniline Production Book Summary

A Guide to Aniline Production provides a thorough description aniline, an organic chemical used in various fields such as drugs, fuels, coatings, adhesives, dyes, pigments, herbicides, heat-resistant materials and sealants, and in the rubber and construction industries. It includes the methods of preparation of aniline and the processes for its manufacture, properties, and uses. The covered uses include catalyst deactivation, classification of commercial catalysts based on mechanical strength of the catalyst pellet, and selection of catalyst for the commercial aniline plant. The book also includes operational processes for in situ catalyst reduction, production run, in situ catalyst regeneration, plant shut down, and catalyst removal pre-treatment which are used in the plant. A Guide to Aniline Production is a treatise on aniline that will greatly benefit students, academicians, researchers, industrial R&D scientists, plant personnel, and experts to carry on their activities related to aniline and aniline production. Outlines methods and selection of catalysts for commercial plant reactors Provides an overview of catalyst evaluation by accelerated and hydrogenation methods for activity and selectivity of the catalyst for the conversion of nitrobenzene to aniline Includes in situ regeneration of deactivated catalysts in commercial aniline plants Lists manufacturing processes, properties, and uses of aniline Describes reactors and operational processes

A Guide to Aniline Production

A Guide to Aniline Production

Author : Jagat Kumar Das
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A Guide to Aniline Production provides a thorough description aniline, an organic chemical used in various fields such as drugs, fuels, coatings, adhesives, dyes, pigments, herbicides, heat-resistant materials and sealants, and in the rubber and construction industries. It includes the methods of preparation of aniline and the processes for its ...

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