2 edition of gas-phase oxidation of hydrocarbons. found in the catalog.
gas-phase oxidation of hydrocarbons.
Vladimir Iakovlevich Shtern
Written in English
Originally published as "Mekhanizm okislenniia uglevodorodov v gazovoi faze". Moscow, Izd. A.N. S.S.S.R.,1960.
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The 5-h oxidation of n-dodecane at °C by air at 1 atm is reported for experiments in a borosilicate glass reaction chamber equipped with a gas rate of reaction was limited by the rate of oxygen diffusion from the gas phase due to the rapid reaction of dissolved oxygen. A. The Oxidation of Hard Paraffin Wax with Nitrous Gases in the Presence of Nitrosylsulfuric Acid B. The Preparation of Alcohols by the Oxidation of Higher Paraffinic Hydrocarbons C. The Oxidation of Higher Paraffinic Hydrocarbons in the Gas Phase D. Dicarboxylic Acids by the Oxidation of Paraffinic Hydrocarbons References Chapter 7.
Hydrocarbon Oxidation Hydroxyl Radical We know that ozone is photolyzed by light with a wavelength of nm or less to make oxygen molecule and oxygen atom. Nitrogen oxides also produce oxygen atom upon photolysis. In the stratosphere, oxygen atom most . Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Shtern, V. I︠A︡. (Vladimir I︠A︡kovlevich). Gas-phase oxidation of hydrocarbons. Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press; [distributed in the Western Hemisphere by Macmillan, New York] (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type.
Mechanisms of elementary steps involved in electrophilic and nucleophilic oxidation of hydrocarbons are presented and such phenomena as structure sensitivity, synergistic effects in multicomponent oxide systems, and oxygen spill-over are described Quantum-chemical description of the interaction of a hydrocarbon molecule with electrophilic. The liquid phase oxidation of hydrocarbons. Part I: the free radical character of the surface catalysed oxidation of tetralin P. George, Trans. Faraday Soc., , 42,
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This book first presents a study of the development of research on the gaseous-phase oxidation of hydrocarbons.
The non-chain schemes for the oxidation of hydrocarbons, such as hydroxylation, peroxidation, and aldehyde and dehydrogenation schemes, are then discussed.
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The kinetics of oxidation of hydrocarbons in the gas phase. A theory of the low-temperature mechanism M. Mulcahy, Discuss. Faraday Soc.,10, DOI: /DF If you are not the For reproduction of material from all other RSC journals and books.
A New Mechanism for the Low Temperature Oxidation of Hydrocarbons in the Gas Phase J. KNOX Department ol Chemistry, University o] Edinburgh (J~ecelved March ) An important requirement oI any mechanism for the low temperature oxidation oI alhanes at to is shown to be inclusion oI processes 1or *he conversion oJ HO2 to OH radicals.
Conceptual Schemes of the Partial Oxidation of Natural Gas to Oxygenates. Innovative Technologies Based on the Gas-Phase Oxidation of Hydrocarbon Gases to Oxygenates. Chapter Place of the DMTM among the other Processes of Partial Oxidation of Light Alkanes.
Partial Oxidation of Light Alkanes as a Basis of the Most Important Gas-Chemical. F Cavani, F Trifirò, Selective oxidation of light alkanes: interaction between the catalyst and the gas phase on different classes of catalytic materials, Catalysis Today, /S(99), 51,(), (). Merv Fingas, in Oil Spill Science and Technology, Photo-oxidation.
Photo-oxidation can change the composition of an oil. It occurs when the sun's action on an oil slick causes oxygen and carbons to combine and form new products that may be resins. The resins may be somewhat soluble and dissolve into the water, or they may cause water-in-oil emulsions to form.
Gas-phase oxidation of hydrocarbons. Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press; [distributed in the Western Hemisphere by Macmillan, New York] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: V I︠A︡ Shtern. An overview of recent developments in elucidating the mechanism of selective oxidation of C-4 hydrocarbons over vanadium phosphorus oxide catalysts.
Catalysis Today1 (5), The catalytic oxidation of CO, C 2 H 4, and C 2 H 6 has been studied over Co 3 O 4 and Co 3 O 4 supported on alumina. At low temperatures the reaction kinetics can be described by the general expression of Rate = kp O 2 m p CO n (or HC) p H 2 O −l e − ΔE RT where l, m, and n are in the range of to and ΔE 20 − 23 kcal/mol.
At high temperatures the rates are controlled by bulk. This chapter discusses oxidation of hydrocarbons in which hydrocarbons are transformed to oxygen‐containing (oxygenated, oxyfunctionalized) products.
Oxygenation of methane, light alkanes, and other saturated hydrocarbons, leading to valuable oxygenated compounds through C‐H bond activation, is still an area of continuing interest.
Oxidation by supported metals. Gas phase oxidation of benzene to phenol using Pd/Cu salt catalysts. Effect of counter anion in copper salts (K. Sasaki et al.). Low temperature gas-phase selective oxidation of 1-butene to 2-butanone on supported Pd/V2O5 catalysts (G. Centi et al.).
Liquid phase oxidations. Among hydrocarbons, saturated hydrocarbons, alkanes (methane, ethane, propane, hexane etc.), are especially attractive as substrates for chemical transformations.
This is because, on the one hand, alkanes are the main constituents of oil and natural gas, and consequently are the principal feedstocks for chemical industry. Slow oxidation of hydrocarbons in the gas phase.
Part I. Reactions during the induction period of isobutane oxidation A. Zeelenberg and A. Bickel, J. Chem. Soc. Book Author(s): Robert J Kee. Search for more papers by this author such as the driving forces for gas‐phase chemical processes and the characteristics and similarities of different reaction systems.
of thermal theories and theories for chain reactions and partly with work on high‐temperature oxidation of hydrocarbons and low.Methanol selectivity of around 60% at methane conversion of around 13% obtained in the gas phase homogeneous oxidation over Mo-V-Cr-Bi-P oxide catalyst at .Oxidation and the Formation of Binary Ionic Compounds The concept of reduction has undergone a similar evolution.
At high temperature, zinc oxide, ZnO, reacts with carbon, C, to form molten zinc and carbon monoxide gas. ZnO(s) + C(s) → Zn(l) + CO(g) ∆ Bonds between zinc atoms and oxygen atoms are lost in this reaction, so chemists.