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C. 20036 ACS Symposium Series;WHMngton, American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1983. COKE FORMATION 48 tained through the microbalance in order to p r o t e c t the balance against c o r r o s i v e atmospheres. The e x i t gas from the r e a c t o r was quenched and the gas volume measured before complete gas a n a l y s i s using two o n - l i n e gas chromatographs. The permanent gases ( H , N^, CO, C0 ) were separated on a 2 m column (1/4") packed with Porapak Ν (80/100 mesh), followed by a 3 m column (1/4") packed with 13X molecular sieve (30/50 mesh).
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