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High-purity grade (99 + %) methanol, dimethylether, ethylene, propene and but-l-ene were used without further purification. The catalysts consist of the acidic form of the ZSM-5 zeolite prepared in our laboratory as previously described (3). 5 N at 80°C and further by calcining in air at 550°C. 5. No fundamental differences were observed for the different samples except for a kinetic point of view since the number of active acid sites decreases with the number of Al atoms (25). UV reflectance spectra were recorded at room temperature on an Optica CF 4DR spectrometer with MgO as a reference.
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