72.硫化モリブデン分散触媒を用いた石炭の水素化分解に及ぼす水の添加効果 [in Japanese] 72. Effect of Water Addition on Coal Hydrogenation Using Dispersed Molybdenum Sulfide Catalyst [in Japanese]
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In order to clarify the effect of water addition on coal hydrogenation using ammonium teterathiomolybdate as a dispersed molybdenum sulfide catalyst, several coals were hydrogenated at 350, 375, and 400℃. Addition of water promoted the coal conversion, and the increase in reaction temperature increased the coal conversions. Illinois #6 coal showed the largest conversions in the coals used in this study, and there existed no relationship between the coal conversion and coal rank.