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The order of acetylene hydrogenation on a palladium catalyst for acetylene is one, while the order for hydrogen is zero; the order of ethylene hydrogenation for hydrogen is one, while the order for ethylene is zero. At temperatures of 50-70 ° C, the reaction proceeds in the kinetic region. The service life of the catalyst, its selectivity, the course of side processes, and its mechanical strength all influence the features of the corundum carrier.
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