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Reaction scheme for propane aromatization on Ga/ZSM-5 catalysts. Although the reaction sequence is frequently rationalized on the basis of a classical bifunctional mechanism, with the participation of both acidic and metallic sites, the nature and location of the metal cations and their catalytic role during propane aromatization is still being questioned [13, 14]. It is recognized that both the metallic and acidic sites need to be in close proximity for achieving high aromatization selectivity.