Cracking!

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What happens in thermal cracking and what is produced?
High temp up to 1000 degress, high pressure up to 70atm, produces mostly alkenes
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What is catalytic cracking and what is produced
Up to 450 degress, zeolite catalyst, slight pressure, most fuels & aromatic hydrocarbons
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What is produced from c30 to c50 Hydrocarbons?
C30 to c40 = fuel oil (ships) C40 to 50 = wax, grease (lurication) C30-C40 Mineral oil (lubricating)
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C1 to C4 ? C5- 12? C13-14? C11-C15 C15- C19
Gases (camping gas) - PETROL - NAPTHA (photochemicals) - Diesel (diesel)
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What is catalytic cracking and what is produced

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Up to 450 degress, zeolite catalyst, slight pressure, most fuels & aromatic hydrocarbons

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