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A Process for Regenerating an Adsorbent for Nitrogen-Containing Compounds Present in a Hydrocarbon Feed. / Carrettin, Silvio (Inventor); Martens, Luc (Inventor); Hamilton, Paul (Inventor); Taylor, Christopher (Inventor); Janssen, Marcel (Inventor); De Smit, Emiel (Inventor); Denayer, Joeri (Inventor); Liekens, Anuschka (Inventor); Smits, Marianne (Inventor); Welford, Mark (Inventor).

IPC No.: B01J 20/34 (2006.01), C07C 7/13 (2006.01), C10G 25/03 (2006.01), C10G 25/12 (2006.01). Patent No.: WO/2017/050454.

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Harvard

Carrettin, S, Martens, L, Hamilton, P, Taylor, C, Janssen, M, De Smit, E, Denayer, J, Liekens, A, Smits, M & Welford, M 2017, A Process for Regenerating an Adsorbent for Nitrogen-Containing Compounds Present in a Hydrocarbon Feed, Patent No. WO/2017/050454, IPC No. B01J 20/34 (2006.01), C07C 7/13 (2006.01), C10G 25/03 (2006.01), C10G 25/12 (2006.01).

APA

Carrettin, S., Martens, L., Hamilton, P., Taylor, C., Janssen, M., De Smit, E., ... Welford, M. (2017). IPC No. B01J 20/34 (2006.01), C07C 7/13 (2006.01), C10G 25/03 (2006.01), C10G 25/12 (2006.01). A Process for Regenerating an Adsorbent for Nitrogen-Containing Compounds Present in a Hydrocarbon Feed (Patent No. WO/2017/050454.)

Vancouver

Carrettin S, Martens L, Hamilton P, Taylor C, Janssen M, De Smit E et al, inventors. A Process for Regenerating an Adsorbent for Nitrogen-Containing Compounds Present in a Hydrocarbon Feed. B01J 20/34 (2006.01), C07C 7/13 (2006.01), C10G 25/03 (2006.01), C10G 25/12 (2006.01). 2017 Mar 30

Author

Carrettin, Silvio (Inventor) ; Martens, Luc (Inventor) ; Hamilton, Paul (Inventor) ; Taylor, Christopher (Inventor) ; Janssen, Marcel (Inventor) ; De Smit, Emiel (Inventor) ; Denayer, Joeri (Inventor) ; Liekens, Anuschka (Inventor) ; Smits, Marianne (Inventor) ; Welford, Mark (Inventor). / A Process for Regenerating an Adsorbent for Nitrogen-Containing Compounds Present in a Hydrocarbon Feed. IPC No.: B01J 20/34 (2006.01), C07C 7/13 (2006.01), C10G 25/03 (2006.01), C10G 25/12 (2006.01). Patent No.: WO/2017/050454.

BibTeX

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title = "A Process for Regenerating an Adsorbent for Nitrogen-Containing Compounds Present in a Hydrocarbon Feed",
abstract = "(EN)A process for regenerating an adsorbent for nitrogen-containing compounds present in a hydrocarbon feed comprising contacting the adsorbent with an inert gas at a temperature in the range of from 10 to 60°C, followed by contacting the adsorbent with an inert gas at an elevated temperature in the range of from 200 to 260°C and cooling the adsorbent in an inert gas.",
keywords = "ADSORPTION, Adsorbent, Hydrocarbons, inert gas",
author = "Silvio Carrettin and Luc Martens and Paul Hamilton and Christopher Taylor and Marcel Janssen and {De Smit}, Emiel and Joeri Denayer and Anuschka Liekens and Marianne Smits and Mark Welford",
year = "2017",
month = "3",
type = "Patent",
note = "WO/2017/050454; B01J 20/34 (2006.01), C07C 7/13 (2006.01), C10G 25/03 (2006.01), C10G 25/12 (2006.01)",

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AU - Martens,Luc

AU - Hamilton,Paul

AU - Taylor,Christopher

AU - Janssen,Marcel

AU - De Smit,Emiel

AU - Denayer,Joeri

AU - Liekens,Anuschka

AU - Smits,Marianne

AU - Welford,Mark

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N2 - (EN)A process for regenerating an adsorbent for nitrogen-containing compounds present in a hydrocarbon feed comprising contacting the adsorbent with an inert gas at a temperature in the range of from 10 to 60°C, followed by contacting the adsorbent with an inert gas at an elevated temperature in the range of from 200 to 260°C and cooling the adsorbent in an inert gas.

AB - (EN)A process for regenerating an adsorbent for nitrogen-containing compounds present in a hydrocarbon feed comprising contacting the adsorbent with an inert gas at a temperature in the range of from 10 to 60°C, followed by contacting the adsorbent with an inert gas at an elevated temperature in the range of from 200 to 260°C and cooling the adsorbent in an inert gas.

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