803.    EIDUS, Y. T., FEDITSCHKINA, T. L., KAZANSKII, B. A., AND ZELINSKIĬ, N. D.  [Effect of Lowering the Reduction Temperature of the Catalysts Used in the Synthesis of Hydrocarbons from CO and H2 at Atmospheric Pressure.]  Bull. Acad. Sci. U.R.S.S., Classe Sci. Chim., 1941, pp. 34-40; U.O.P. Co. Survey Foreign Petroleum Literature Transl. 329; Chem. Zentralb., 1941, II, p. 642.

     Of the Ni catalysts produced from the oxalate and reduced at 200, 230, and 280, that one reduced at 230 gives the highest contraction.  A Ni catalyst obtained from the formate and without previous reduction gave liquid hydrocarbons, but only in small amounts.  Ni-Mn-Al2O3 catalyst with 6% Cu and 6% Ag is wholly inactive.  A Co-Mn catalyst with 10% Cu and without previous reduction gave good results.  Catalysts precipitated with soda gave liquid hydrocarbons as well as solid paraffins but deteriorated rapidly.

     EIDUS, Y. T., ZELINSKIĬ, N. D., ERSHOV, N. I., AND BATUEV, M. I.  [Catalytic Hydrocondensation of Carbon Monoxide With Olefins.  IV.  Hydrocondensation of Ethylene With Carbon Monoxide at Low Concentrations of the Latter.]  See abs. 802.

     EIDUS, Y. T., ZELINSKIĬ, N. D., PUZITSKIĬ, K. V., AND ERSHOV, N. I.  [Catalytic Hydrocondensation of the Carbon Monoxide With Olefins.  VII.  Effect of Carbon Monoxide Concentration on Its Hydrocondensation With Propylene and n-Butylene.]  See abs. 802c.