liquid-phase hydrogenation

liquid-phase hydrogenation

[′lik·wəd ‚fāz ‚hī·drə·jə′nā·hsən]
(chemical engineering)
Hydrogen reaction with liquid-phase hydrogenatable material, such as unsaturated aliphatic or aromatic hydrocarbons.
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The Pt-Cu/Si[O.sub.2] catalyst exhibited a remarkably enhanced selectivity to cinnamyl alcohol for the liquid-phase hydrogenation of cinnamaldehyde.
Panpranot, "Characteristics and catalytic behavior of Pd catalysts supported on nanostructure titanate in liquid-phase hydrogenation," Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, vol.
The kinetics of liquid-phase hydrogenation of iso-valeraldehyde over a 5% Ru/[Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] catalyst was studied in the range of temperature 373-393 K and [H.sub.2] pressure 0.68-2.72 MPa using 2-propanol as the solvent.
The three metal oxides aluminum, titanium, and zirconium in the support structure showed the ability to reduce the gold precursor providing active and chemoselective catalysts for the liquid-phase hydrogenation of p-chloronitrobenzene.
Krause, "Liquid-phase hydrogenation kinetics of isooctenes on Co/Si[O.sub.2]," Applied Catalysis A: General, vol.