Studies of alumina as a support of titanium catalyst for low-pressure ethylene polymerization
The effect of alumina treatment with aqueous solutions of hydrochloric acid and ammonium fluoride as well as temperature of its calcination on the activity of Al-Ti/Al2O3 supported organometallic catalyst for ethylene polymerization has been studied. The dependence between the specific surface area of the support and both the kind and concentration of the modifying agent, concentration of OH-groups on Its surface and concentration of active centres with various activities is discussed with reference to the activity of the supported Al-Ti/Al2O3 catalyst. It was demonstrated that there is no simple relationship between the concentration of OH-groups on the support and the activity of the Ti-catalyst.
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