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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Although 'di-chloro-methane' works well to increase the yield of '2,5-hexanedione' from the hydrogenolysis of cellulose, it is not environment friendly.
One can see that this catalyst has a clear and high preference towards the formation of butenes (82.5%) and a low formation of tetrathiophenes which infers the preference to the hydrogenolysis route.
Ruppert, "Hydrogenolysis of cellulose combining mineral acids and hydrogenation catalysts," Green Chemistry, vol.
The quality of these sites for promoting or suppressing the HYD and hydrogenolysis reactions would probably be dependent not only on their configuration and concentration but also on the structure of the substrate layers.
Protecting-group free glycosylation by using 3,5-dibenzyloxytriazinyl glycosides as glycosyl donors under hydrogenolysis conditions.
The reaction produced involves hydrogenolysis of C-C bonds of triglycerides, which leads to a mixture of lower molecular weight alkanes by three different routes: decarbobylation, decarboxylation, and hydrodesoxygenation.
The structure was also used as a catalyst for oxidative coupling of methane and the hydrogenation and hydrogenolysis of hydrocarbons [2].In other it also has potential application to the Fuell cell solid oxide (SOFC) and also as an electrolyte material when it is doped with the cation such as Sr2+and Mg2+ due to the improvement of the conductivity of the oxygen at temperatures (600-800C)[3] .The catalytic properties of La1-xCexCO3-d (M = Na, K, Ca, Sr, Ba, X = 0.0.05.0.1.02.0.3) doped, were studied coupling of the methane reaction [4] .The perovskite ABO3 type is considered to have a movement of three - dimensional frame structure where sharing the top BO6 octahedral build the structure and ions A are placed in 12- cubes sites last lattice [5].
The editor has organized the contributions that make up the main body of the text in thirteen chapters devoted to the economics and role of hydrogen in biorefining, the general reaction mechanisms in hydrogenation and hydrogenolysis for biorefining, solvents and solvent effects in biomass conversion, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
Hydrogenolysis of the crude alcohol 11 and 11a promoted the simultaneous cleavage of the hydroxyl and benzyl groups, furnishing the biarylmethane compound 12 and 12a (64% and 62% yields, respectively).
Ni catalysts are used in many industrial processes, such as hydrogenation, hydrotreating, hydrogenolysis, methanation and steam reforming of hydrocarbons [9].
Facile deprotection of O-CBz-protected Nucleosides by Hydrogenolysis: An alternative to O-benzyl ether-protected nucleosides.
Tomishige, "Reaction mechanism of the glycerol hydrogenolysis to 1,3-propanediol over Ir-Re[O.sub.x]/Si[O.sub.2] catalyst," Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol.