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11, 1981, assigned to Union Carbide Corporation A. G. Abatjoglou and D. R. Bryant, Arabian J. Sci. Eng. 1985 10 427. J. E. Babin, J. M. Maher and E. Billig, US 5,364,950, Nov. 15, 1994, assigned to Union Carbide Corporation D. R. Bryant, J. C. Nicholson and E. Billig, US 5,763,677, June 9, 1998; D. R. Bryant, J. C. Nicholson and E. Billig US 5,763,680, June 9, 1998 both assigned to Union Carbide Corporation D. R. Bryant and J. C. Nicholson, US 5,763,671, June 9, 1998; D. R. Bryant and J. C. Nicholson, US 5,789,625, Aug.

Morrison, P. Foley, D. R. Bryant, A. G. Phillips, B. M. Roesch, J. R. Briggs, M. M. Lee and J. M. Maher,US 6,310,260, Oct. 30, 2001, all assigned to Union Carbide Corporation M. Matsumoto, M. Tamura,. Cent. Res. , Kuraray Co. , Okayama, Japan. Journal of Molecular Catalysis (1982), 16(2), 195-207. J. E. Babin and G. T. Whiteker, US 5,360,938, Nov. 1, 1994, assigned to Union Carbide Corporation K. Tano, K. Sato and T. Okoshi, US 4,528,403, July 9, 1985, assigned to Mitsubishi Chemical Industries Ltd.

Preparation of a Rhodium Hydride Catalyst Precursor from Spent Catalyst. If, for whatever reason, none of the reactivation procedures above are suitable, one is faced with the option of returning the catalyst concentrate to a vendor for conversion into a catalyst precursor. If the recovery involves reduction of the catalyst concentrate to a rhodium ash, significant expense is involved. Procedures that avoid rhodium ashing may be more economic. In one such procedure a rhodium complex concentrate prepared from a 400 ppm rhodium containing hydroformylation catalyst solution, for which catalytic activity had declined to about 30 percent of its initial value, was concentrated in a wiped-film evaporator to about 27,700 ppm rhodium.

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