Moreover, MSA can be produced by catalytic hydrogenation
of itaconic acid, which can be prepared via bioconversion of renewable resources such as starch .
Synthesis of N-octylglucamine by a Continuous Catalytic Hydrogenation
7-9] Di(morpholine)titanium dichloride (2a) and di(morpholine)zirconium dichloride (2b) could be used successfully for ethylene and propylene polymerization, catalytic hydrogenation
and most other reactions that--dienyl complexes undergo because of the nature of nitrogen in the complex.
of 3 affected both debenzylation and the desired partial reduction of the furanone ring system to produce 5, a formal precursor to 1 (Saniere et al.
The liquid-phase catalytic hydrogenation
of iso-valeraldehyde to iso-amyl alcohol was studied in a slurry reactor.
We performed catalytic hydrogenation
to reduce double bonds in the unknowns or synthetic compounds by redissolving the dried samples in 1 mL methanol in the presence of a small amount of platinum while bubbling [H.
The product is already on the market and Thales Nanotechnology expects that its unique development will revolutionize catalytic hydrogenation
in the next decade.
Papers on catalytic hydrogenation
includes topics such as the hydrogenation of Raney-type catalysts, anchored and supported hydrogenation catalysts, and the hydrogenation of substrates and renewable resources.
So, the yield of total oil, as well as of all its fractions (except the acetone soluble fraction), decreases in the order: semicoking [right arrow] water conversion [right arrow] catalytic hydrogenation
of ~100 g charges of total raffinate (and other oil components and fractions as well) was performed in a flow reactor at various conditions (e.
Then the compounds were debenzylated by catalytic hydrogenation
, giving the primary cycloproplyamines.
Some of the topics were catalytic hydrogenation
, nitration, dye stuff manufacture, sulfonation, explosion protection in spray and fluid bed driers as well as explosions in waste water drains.