The wall ion-exchange (WIE) method, in which wall anions in composites of zirconium sulfate and surfactant micelles (ZS) were exchanged for oxyanions in aqueous solutions, was applied to prepare mesoporous tungsten-zirconium composite oxide (WZO). The amounts of tungsten introduced into the ZS structure (Win) were very small at pH=2-5 and greatly increased at pH=5.6 and above. In the exchange at pH=5.6-10, the ratios of tungsten introduced and sulfur removed were 0.9-1.1, indicating the stoichiometric ion-exchange. This would result from the difference of predominant tungsten oxyanions in the solutions, W12O39 6- (the diameter, 0.7 nm) at the low pH and WO4 2- (0.27 nm) at high pH, since the diameter of the latter is very similar to that of the HSO4- ion (0.21 nm) in ZS, resulting in the easy WIE reaction. The relationships among the amount of Win, the removal method of the surfactants, the surface area and the pore diameter of WZOs were systematically studied and WZO samples with high surface areas of 200-520 m2 g-1 and pore diameters of 0.8-2.4 nm could be prepared. The catalytic activity of the resulting WZO for the Friedel-Crafts alkylation was strongly dependent on the removal method of the surfactants and the W/Zr ratio. Alkylation is the trading of an alkyl pack beginning with one molecule then onto the following. The alkyl social event may be moved as an alkyl carbocation, a free radical, a carbanion or a carbene (or their equivalents). An alkyl pack is somewhat of a molecule with the general condition CnH2n+1, where n is the entire number outlining the amount of carbons associated together. For example, a methyl gathering (n = 1, CH3) is a piece of a methane iota (CH4). Alkylating authorities use specific alkylation by including the perfect aliphatic carbon chain to the as of late picked starting molecule. This is one of many known substance amalgamations. Alkyl social events can in like manner be removed in a strategy known as dealkylation. Alkylating administrators are normally orchestrated by their nucleophilic or electrophilic character. In oil refining settings, alkylation insinuates a particular alkylation of isobutane with olefins. For updating of oil, alkylation conveys a phenomenal blending stock for gasoline. In prescription, alkylation of DNA is used in chemotherapy to hurt the DNA of harmful development cells. Alkylation is rehearsed with the class of prescriptions called alkylating antineoplastic administrators. Nucleophilic alkylating experts pass on what may be contrasted with an alkyl anion (carbanion). The formal "alkyl anion" attacks an electrophile, molding another covalent bond between the alkyl gathering and the electrophile. The counterion, which is a cation, for instance, lithium, can be ousted and tidied away in the work-up. Models join the usage of organometallic blends, for instance, Grignard (organomagnesium), organolithium, organocopper, and organosodium reagents. These blends generally can add to an electron-deficient carbon atom, for instance, at a carbonyl social occasion. Nucleophilic alkylating masters can oust halide substituents on a carbon bit through the SN2 part. With a catalyst, they moreover alkylate alkyl and aryl halides, as exemplified by Suzuki couplings. N-and P-alkylation are critical strategies for the advancement of carbon-nitrogen and carbon-phosphorus securities. Amines are speedily alkylated. The pace of alkylation follows the solicitation tertiary amine < discretionary amine < fundamental amine. Common alkylating administrators are alkyl halides. Industry as often as possible relies upon green science procedures incorporating alkylation of amines with alcohols, the symptom being water. Hydroamination is another green method for N-alkylation. In the Menshutkin reaction, a tertiary amine is changed over into a quaternary ammonium salt by reaction with an alkyl halide. Practically identical reactions happen when tertiary phosphines are treated with alkyl halides, the things being phosphonium salts. Thiols are promptly alkylated to give thioethers. The response is commonly directed within the sight of a base or utilizing the conjugate base of the thiol. Thioethers experience alkylation to give sulfonium particles. At the point when the alkylating operator is an alkyl halide, the change is known as the Williamson ether union. Alcohols are additionally acceptable alkylating operators within the sight of reasonable corrosive impetuses. For instance, most methyl amines are set up by alkylation of alkali with methanol. The alkylation of phenols is especially direct since it is dependent upon less contending responses. Electrophilic alkylating operators convey what might be compared to an alkyl cation. Alkyl halides are ordinary alkylating specialists. Trimethyloxonium tetrafluoroborate and triethyloxonium tetrafluoroborate are especially solid electrophiles because of their plain positive charge and an inactive leaving gathering (dimethyl or diethyl ether). Dimethyl sulfate is middle of the road in electrophilicity. Electrophilic, dissolvable alkylating operators are frequently harmful and cancer-causing, because of their propensity to alkylate DNA. This system of poisonousness is applicable to the capacity of against malignant growth drugs through alkylating antineoplastic specialists. Some synthetic weapons, for example, mustard gas work as alkylating specialists. Alkylated DNA either doesn't loop or uncoil appropriately, or can't be handled by data unraveling compounds. In a customary petroleum treatment facility, isobutane is alkylated with low-atomic weight alkenes (fundamentally a blend of propene and butene) within the sight of a Brønsted corrosive impetus, which can incorporate strong acids (zeolites). The impetus protonates the alkenes (propene, butene) to deliver carbocations, which alkylate isobutane. The item, called "alkylate", is made out of a blend of high-octane, spread chain paraffinic hydrocarbons (for the most part isoheptane and isooctane). Alkylate is a top notch gas mixing stock since it has uncommon antiknock properties and is perfect consuming. Alkylate is additionally a key segment of avgas. By consolidating liquid synergist splitting, polymerization, and alkylation treatment facilities can acquire a gas yield of 70 percent. The across the board utilization of sulfuric corrosive and hydrofluoric corrosive in processing plants presents noteworthy natural dangers. The WZO samples prepared with calcination or extraction showed low activity for the catalysis, while the extracted and then calcined WZOs with W/Zr>0.45 were specifically active. The activity was well proportional to the amount of mono-dentate W species produced in the pore surface of the WZO samples.