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A range of metal oxide (often iron oxide) catalysts can be used. Conditions (temperature, flow rate, choice of catalyst) are important in determining product yield and suppression of byproducts.

The vast majority of ethyl benzene made is used for the production of styrene.

L. Kniel, O. Winter and K. Stork, Ethylene: Keystone to the Petrochemical Industry

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British A-Level Chemistry: A2
Ethylene the Petrochemical Building Block
Industrial Process: Organic

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