Method is found and substantiated for recovery of molybdenum from a spent iron-potassium catalyst for dehydrogenation of isoamylenes to isoprene. The effect of various factors (nature and concentration of the extracting agent, temperature and duration of the extraction process, and ratio between the liquid and solid phases) on the selectivity of recovery and the yield of molybdenum was studied. It is shown that molybdenum can be recycled in manufacture of iron-potassium catalysts for dehydrogenation of isoamylenes to isoprene.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 21, 2015
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