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Non permanent inactivation
Jun 26, 2017

The active fraction is covered and gradually inactivated, and is inactivated permanently. If the carbon deposited in the reaction process covers the active component or blocks the pore of the catalyst, the reactant can not be contacted with the active ingredient. The cover can be removed by some methods, such as by carbon deposition and deactivation can be raised through regeneration.

3, the wrong operations lead to deactivation of the catalyst, such as excessive reaction temperature, pressure fluctuations, leading to catalyst bed disorder or crushing, etc., such inactivation is not restored.