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Catalytic hydrogenation over platinum metals
Paul N. Rylander
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Catalytic Hydrogenation over Platinum Metals focuses on catalytic hydrogenation as an effective process in attaining controlled transformations of organic compounds. Composed of contributions of various authors, the book first provides information on catalysts, equipment, and conditions.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rylander, Paul Nels, Catalytic hydrogenation over platinum metals. New York, Academic Press, Catalytic Hydrogenation Over Platinum Metals Paperback – December 3, by Paul N.
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Composed of contributions of various authors, the book first provides information on catalysts, equipment, and conditions. Catalyst stability and reuse; types of catalyst; platinum metals; and synergism are covered. Catalytic hydrogenation over platinum metals.
New York, Academic Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Nels Rylander. As such, it presents the catalysts, the scope of their application, mechanistic aspects, asymmetric methods, combinatorials catalysis, recycling methods and industrial examples.
In 45 clearly structured chapters, the book includes all hydrogenation reactions catalyzed by soluble transition metal-based catalysts. The metals most frequently used in heterogeneous catalytic hydrogenation are palladium, platinum, rhodium, nickel, cobalt and ruthenium.
More rarely iridium, copper and rhenium find applications. Figure 2 (3) illustrates how the product of a reaction can vary depending on the choice of metal catalyst.
Catalytic Hydrogenation over Platinum Metals: Paul Rylander: Q eBook: Engineering ebook. Common catalysts used are insoluble metals such as palladium in the form Pd-C, platinum in the form PtO2, and nickel in the form Ra-Ni.
With the presence of a metal catalyst, the H-H bond in H2 cleaves, and each hydrogen attaches to the metal catalyst surface, forming metal-hydrogen bonds. The metal catalyst also absorbs the alkene onto its. More than five hundred literature references are cited in Augustine’s book on Catalytic Hydrogenation that is listed below.
Additional references can be obtained from other books in this list. Rylander, P.N., Catalytic Hydrogenation Over Platinum Metals, Academic Press: New York, Rylander, P.N., Catalytic Hydrogenation in Organic.
Catalytic removal of CO over supported Pt catalysts in H 2 rich streams. • Conversion of CO to environmentally stable and reusable gases. • Controlling the isoelectric point during catalyst synthesis beneficial. • Hydrogenation of CO to CH 4 over Pt–ZrO 2 catalysts showed excellent results.
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Composed of contributions of various authors, the book first provides information on catalysts, equipment, and conditions. Catalyst stability and reuse; types of catalyst; platinum metals; and synergism are covered.
The text. A complete guide to the most important reduction method in organic synthesis The most comprehensive reference in the field, Handbook of Heterogeneous Catalytic Hydrogenation for Organic Synthesis provides synthetic chemists and chemical engineers in fine chemicals and pharmaceuticals with detailed experimental guidelines for heterogeneous catalytic s: 1.
Hydrogenation – meaning, to treat with hydrogen – is a chemical reaction between molecular hydrogen (H 2) and another compound or element, usually in the presence of a catalyst such as nickel, palladium or process is commonly employed to reduce or saturate organic enation typically constitutes the addition of pairs of hydrogen atoms to a molecule, often an alkene.
Researchers will benefit from the introductory chapters covering an array of hydrogenation catalysts, including nickel, cobalt, copper, iron, platinum group metals, rhenium, and other oxide and sulfide catalysts, as well as reactors and reaction conditions.
The hydrogenation of ethyl p-tolyl ether (1) in ethanol has been studied with five unsupported platinum metals as catalysts, mainly with the purpose of estimating the yields of ethyl 4-methyl The hydrogenation of a mixture of cis- and trans-1,3-pentadiene over a 1% Pd/Al2O3 catalyst at K has been studied using infrared spectroscopy to monitor the changes in the composition of the.
Platinum Metals Rev.,46, (2), Heterogeneous Catalytic Hydrogenation Handbook of Heterogeneous Catalytic Hydrogenation for Organic Synthesis Shigeo Nishimura, John&Sons Wiley, New York pages, ISBNUS.
$ £, f The kinetics of the hydrogenation of ethylene on platinum surfaces was studied by using high-flux effusive molecular beams and reflection–absorption infrared spectroscopy (RAIRS).
It was determined that steady-state ethylene conversion with probabilities close to unity could be achieved by using beams with ethylene fluxes equivalent to pressures in the mTorr range and high (≥) H2:C2H4.