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Treatment of alumina with 42 J. H. SINFELT halogens such as C1 or F tends to make the acidic properties of alumina more pronounced, in the sense that it increases the activity of alumina for the catalysis of typical acid-catalyzed reactions, such as the skeletal isomerization of olefins and various cracking reactions of hydrocarbons (h43, R2, 53). It has been suggested that incorporation of halogens in the surface of alumina involves partial replacement of OH groups, known to exist on alumina (P2), by C1 or F.