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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MSA was produced from catalytic hydrogenation of itaconic acid which is renewable product.
Baylis-Hillman adducts of catalytic hydrogenation reactions [11], pyrazole carbaldehydes under the influence of DABCO [12], aprotic polar solvents [13],
It is manufactured by direct or indirect hydration on propylene and by catalytic hydrogenation of acetone.
Synthesis of N-octylglucamine by a Continuous Catalytic Hydrogenation Process.
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.
The Q-Tube has 200 psi working pressure and is used in applications where higher yields, cleaner products, and faster reactions are desired such as organic synthesis, inorganic synthesis, catalytic hydrogenation and other chemical processes.
The catalytic hydrogenation of unsaturated compounds with molecular hydrogen can be readily performed with hydrogen gas that is generated in-house.
Catalytic hydrogenation 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.
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.