hydrogenolysis


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hydrogenolysis

[′hī·drə·jə′näl·ə·səs]
(chemistry)
A reaction in which hydrogen gas causes a chemical change that is similar to the role of water in hydrolysis.
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Protecting-group free glycosylation by using 3,5-dibenzyloxytriazinyl glycosides as glycosyl donors under hydrogenolysis conditions.
In all cases, glycerol is converted to propylene glycol via hydrogenolysis.
New homogeneous ionic hydrogenation and hydrogenolysis catalysts could offer a pathway for the efficient transformation of renewable naturally abundant sugar poly alcohols to polymer building blocks.
Catalytic effects of iron compounds and the role of sulfur in coal-liquefaction and hydrogenolysis of SCR // Fuel Process Technol.
Yet many other methods exist, including hydrogenolysis, rateometric colorimetry, energy dispersive XRF (EDXRF) and pulsed flame photometric detector (PFPD).
Emerging 1,4-Butanediol technologies: hydrogenolysis of succinic acid (from dextrose fermentation), direct glucose fermentation, thermolysis of poly-4-hydroxy-butyrate (P4HB)
In addition, the potential of catalysis making use of self-heated and magnetically recoverable NPs will be studied in solution (reduction of arenes or oxygenated functions, hydrogenation and hydrogenolysis of biomass platform molecules, Fischer-Tropsch).
Summary: Hydrogenolysis of biomass-derived glycerol is an alternative route to produce 1, 2-propanediol.
Somorjai; The dehydrogenation and hydrogenolysis of cyclohexane and cyclohexene on stepped (high miller index) platinum surfaces; J.
Some of the beta-lactams so obtained were subjected to hydrogenolysis with ammonium formate and Pd/C catalyst.
The selected model reactions are situated in the area of biomass upgrading to fuels and chemicals: fast pyrolysis oil stabilization, glycerol hydrogenolysis and selective oxidation of (bio)ethanol to acetaldehyde.