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57 It was concluded that the X-ray data for the calcined material were consistent with a model in w h c h two phases were formed, one rich in NiO and containing a small proportion of A13' ions, the other rich in alumina and containing a small proportion of Ni2+ions (see Figure 6). Calcination of the catalyst at higher temperature causes a gradual rearrangement of the structure and, in the extreme, a t 75OoC, a nickel aluminate phase separates together with an essentially pure NiO phase. Reduction of the samples calcined at low temperatures is much more difficult (reduction temperatures of around 600 "C are required for complete reduction; see Figure 7) than that of the samples calcined at high temperatures.

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