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Product fractions obtained by hydrocracking vacuum residue from Athabasca bitumen using bimodal catalysts of varying macropore volume. M. Ternan. Energy and Fuels, March/April 1998, 12(2), 239--247.

Hydrocracking catalysts containing varying amounts of macroporous alumina were compared with a commercial bimodal catalyst. The effects of catalyst surface area on conversion, distillate yield, HDS, HDN, HDM and MCR conversion was studied. 26 refs.

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Journal title: Energy and Fuels

Keywords: asphalt, bitumen or tar - Catalysts -

Subjects: Lighting - Commercial - Bitumen - Refining -

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