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Title: Production of synthetic crude petroleum
Authors: CHOW, PENG W. 
Issue Date: 3-Aug-1993
Citation: CHOW, PENG W. (1993-08-03). Production of synthetic crude petroleum. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Synthetic crude petroleum is produced by catalytically cracking a biomass material (P) comprising (a) a plant oil and/or (b) an animal oil and/or (c) a rubber using a catalyst. The catalyst comprises alumina with or without a component (Q) chosen from silica and/or crystalline aluminosilicate zeolites and/or rare earth oxides and/or sodium oxide admixed with alumina. If present, the total amount of said component constitutes a lesser amount by weight of the catalyst mixture.
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