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1670. KARSHAVIN, V. A., AND LEIBUSH, A.-G. [Continuous Process for Conversion of Gases Containing Methane and Other Hydrocarbons.] Jour. Chem. Ind. (U.S.S.R.), vol. 10, No. 1, 1934, pp. 34-38; U.O.P. Co. Survey Foreign Petroleum Literature, Transl. S-396, 1946; British Chem. Abs., 1934, B, p. 611.
Hydrocarbon constituents are converted into CO and H2 by passing the gas, mixed with air, over Ni at 1,000°-1,100°; at lower temperature the Ni is inactivated by 0.2-0.25% of S in the reaction gases.