catalytic hydrogenation

catalytic hydrogenation

[¦kad·əl¦id·ik ‚hī·drə·jə′nā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
Hydrogenating by means of catalysts such as nickel or palladium.
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Trimethylcyclohexanone is prepared by the catalytic hydrogenation of isophorone.
Selective catalytic hydrogenation of [alpha], [beta]-unsaturated aldehydes is an important step in industrial production of fine chemicals, such as pharmaceuticals, flavours, and fragrances [1-5].
Dubois, "Effect of oxidant treatment of date pit active carbons used as Pd supports in catalytic hydrogenation of nitrobenzene," Applied Catalysis A: General, vol.
Xu, A Nonmetal Catalyst for Molecular Hydrogen Activation with Comparable Catalytic Hydrogenation Capability to Noble Metal Catalyst, J.
Moreover, MSA can be produced by catalytic hydrogenation of itaconic acid, which can be prepared via bioconversion of renewable resources such as starch [20].
Baylis-Hillman adducts of catalytic hydrogenation reactions [11], pyrazole carbaldehydes under the influence of DABCO [12], aprotic polar solvents [13],
A remarkable effect of the support on the enantioselectivity of catalytic hydrogenation of prochiral alkenes," Journal of the Chemical Society--Series Chemical Communications, no.
Smith, "First-principles analysis of the effects of alloying Pd with Ag for the catalytic hydrogenation of acetylene-ethylene mixtures," Journal of Physical Chemistry B, vol.
For instance, rhodium nanoparticles used in the catalytic hydrogenation of functionalized aromatic compounds were stabilized by ionic liquids [108].
Synthesis of N-octylglucamine by a Continuous Catalytic Hydrogenation Process.

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