Portable energy technologies for military applications necessitate the manufacturing of fuels similar to LPG from existing feedstocks. Catalytic cracking of military jet fuel STAT signaling pathway inhibitor to form a mixture of C-2-C-4 hydrocarbons was investigated making use of high-throughput experimentation. Cracking experiments had been carried out in a gas-phase, 16-sample high-throughput reactor. Zeolite ZSM-5 catalysts with minimal Si/Al ratios (<= 25) demonstratedSelumetinib (AZD6244) the highest manufacturing of C-2-C-4 hydrocarbons at moderate reaction temperatures (623-823 K). ZSM-5 catalysts had been optimized for JP-8 cracking activity to LPG through varying reaction temperature and framework Si/Al ratio. The reducing atmosphere required during catalytic cracking resulted in coking of the catalyst and a commensurate decrease in conversion rate. Rare earth metal promoters for ZSM-S catalysts were screened to reduce colon deactivation rates, while noble metal promoters reduced onset temperatures for coke burnoff inhibitor price regeneration.