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The differences between propane and propene reactants are quite intriguing. Polyenes are readily formed by propane, even at a reaction temperature where dehydrogenation is very sluggish. They are not formed to any detectable extent by propene. Clearly their formation does not proceed through propene as an intermediate. It is generally accepted that alkenes are more active in coke formation than alkanes, but this does not appear to be the case for propane and propene Cr/A1203 at low reaction temperatures when the coke is composed primarily of conjugated olefins.