What is the working principle that allows zeolites to be catalysts in hydrocracking? Is it only their acidic ability to hold hydrogen and release to crack the oil?

  • $\begingroup$ most probably its because of the huge surface area provided by zeolytes $\endgroup$ – Eka Jun 9 '16 at 8:06

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