Dehydrogenation

Also known as: Dehydro

Dehydrogenation is a reaction process in which hydrogen is removed, typically resulting in teh creation of a double bond and therefore an olefin.

An example is propane dehydro where propane is converted into propylene (and byproduct hydrogen gas).

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