Routes to obtaining propylene from propane, instead of from crude oil, are becoming more interesting because of the increased use of natural gas as a feedstock for steam crackers and FCC units in the U.S. This one-page summary covers one of the approaches to propane dehydrogenation to produce propylene...
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