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The catalytic oxidation of organic substrates utilizing molecular oxygen and peroxides

by Douglas E. Patton

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Statementby Douglas E. Patton
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 216 leaves :
Number of Pages216
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Open LibraryOL24594755M
OCLC/WorldCa36653754

To date this chemical has largely been employed as a non-selective oxidant in operations like the bleaching of paper, cellulose and textiles, or in the formulation of detergents, and only to a minimal extent in the manufacture of organic chemicals. This book has been organized to cover the different aspects of the chemistry of hydrogen : Giorgio Strukul. CWPO SOME WORKS IN CATALYTIC WET PEROXIDE OXIDATION AC-based catalysts Other materials • J.A. Zazo, J.A. Casas, A.F. Mohedano, J.J. Rodriguez. Catalytic wet peroxide oxidation of File Size: 2MB.

of pH-sensitive compounds. Molecular oxygen and its several more reactive forms (e.g., ozone, superoxide, peroxides) are capable of reacting with many chemicals to generate oxidation products. In all but the most oxygen-poor environments, oxidative transformations are frequently the most common degradation pathways by: oxyfunctionalization of the organic substrate. The broad spectrum of applications of metal catalysts for hydrogen peroxide oxidation have been reviewed elsewhere e.g. in refs Alternatively, one may perceive the use of organocatalysts and enzymes, which mediate catalytic homogenous oxidations without the need for.

The molecular sieve 13X is studied in detail. We examined the influence of reaction time, temperature, oxygen and H2S concentra- tions upon the ESR spectrum. Separately we studied t’he reaction of oxygen with sulfur radicals and the reduction by H,S of the resulting sulfur-oxygen surface com- plex. The oxidation-reduction mechanism,File Size: KB. Earlier, one of us developed a convenient method for the analysis of mixtures obtained in alkane oxidation with molecular oxygen or peroxides [46,47,48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55] (the Shul’pin method). In many cases, oxidation leads to the formation of three main Cited by:


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THE CATALYTIC OXIDATION UTILIZING MOLECULAR DOUGLAS A DI OF THE N OF ORGANIC SUBSTRATES OXYGEN AND PEROXIDES PATTON SSERTATION PRESENTED TO THE GRADUATE SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS would like express deepest.

Oxidation reactions are of fundamental importance in nature, and are key transformations in organic synthesis. The development of new processes that employ transition metals as substrate‐selective catalysts and stoichiometric environmentally friendly oxidants, such as molecular oxygen or hydrogen peroxide, is one of the most important goals in oxidation by: 1.

Introduction. The oxidation of alcohols to carbonyl-containing compounds1, 2 or their full oxidations3, 4 are among the central reactions in organic chemistry5, 6 and are of interest for the development of environmentally benign processes,7, 8 production of new materials9, 10 and energy sources, 12 Due to their pivotal role in industrial fields and expected further applications, 13 these Cited by: Catalytic Oxidation of Cyclohexane by Molecular Oxygen Using Polymer Anchored Catalysts Sweta, Shishir Sinha, Prakash Biswas, Shri Chand* Department of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of.

One- and two-electron-transfer oxidation of organic substrates is catalyzed by H(5)PV(2)Mo(10)O(40) and often occurs via an outer-sphere mechanism. The reduced polyoxometalate is reoxidized in a separate step by O(2) with the formation of water. H(5)PV(2)Mo(10)O(40) also catalyzes electron transfer-oxygen transfer by: Wacker oxidations, the conversion of terminal olefins to methyl ketones with Pd(II) catalysts, have seen widespread use in synthetic applications.

Standard synthetic Wacker conditions use catalytic PdCl2 with stoichiometric CuCl under an aerobic atmosphere in a mixed-solvent system of N,N-dimethylformamide and H2O.

Though much attention has been directed toward elucidating the rate-determining. oxygen transfer and catalytic oxidation, an important goal is the activation of molecular oxygen (abundant, inexpensive and environmentally benign) towards selective oxidation.

H 2 O 2 and N 2 O, in addition to water, CO 2 and O 2 (air), can be considered as green oxygen sources for several reasons. First of all, all of these can transfer one oxygen atom to a metal center, and finally to an organic substrate, generating by-products that are safe to the environment (Scheme 1 for a general catalytic cycle) or that can be reused in other chemical by: Electronic π-Delocalization Boosts Catalytic Water Oxidation by Cu(II) Molecular Catalysts Heterogenized on Graphene Sheets.

Journal of the American Chemical Society(37), DOI: /jacs.7bCited by:   Catalytic oxidation-reduction hydration of olefin with molecular oxygen in the presence of bis(1,3-diketonato)cobalt(II) complexes K. Kato, T. Yamada, T. Takai, S. Inoki, S. Isayama Research output: Contribution to journal › ArticleCited by: In order to perform oxidation reactions under mild con-ditions, it is necessary to use transition metal complexes as catalysts, which can react with O 2 to produce metal–active oxygen intermediates for the oxidation of organic sub-strates,54 This critical review discusses various catalytic mechanisms of the oxidation of organic substrates.

Piera, J. & Bä ckvall, J. Catalytic oxidation of organic substrates by molecular oxygen and hydrogen peroxide by multistep electron transfer — a biomimetic approach. Angew. Chem. Organic Substrate Heterogeneous Catalyst Patent Application Catalytic Oxidation Sulphur Oxidation These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: 2. Dioxygen activation is a rapidly developing field in which research is directed at (1) modelling of biological oxidations, (2) design and utilization of new catalysts for oxidative transformations of organic substrates, (3) application of O2 (and H2O2) as a cheap oxidant in the manufacture of fine and bulk chemicals.

Oxidation of oleic acid was performed over various ordered porous catalysts containing transition metal in supercritical carbon dioxide (scCO2) media with molecular oxygen.

Oleic acid was completely decomposed into mono- and dicarboxylic acids over porous catalysts, viz., mesoporous molecular sieves (CrMCM, MnMCM, CoMCM) and microporous molecular sieves (CrAPO-5, Cited by: The Mukaiyama hydration is an organic reaction involving formal addition of an equivalent of water across an olefin by the action of catalytic bis (acetylacetonato)cobalt (II) complex, phenylsilane and atmospheric oxygen to produce an alcohol with Markovnikov selectivity.

The reaction was developed by Teruaki Mukaiyama at Mitsui Petrochemical. It represents the first stage in the chemical oxidation of glucose by a cell. Why does the oxidation of organic compounds by molecular oxygen to produce CO 2 {\rm CO_2} and water release free energy.

Electrons are being moved from atoms that have a lower affinity for electrons (such as C {\rm C}) to atoms with a higher affinity for electrons. The Rubottom oxidation is a useful, high-yielding chemical reaction between silyl enol ethers and peroxyacids to give the corresponding α-hydroxy carbonyl product.

The mechanism of the reaction was proposed in its original disclosure by A.G. Brook with further evidence later supplied by George M. Rubottom. After a Prilezhaev-type oxidation of the silyl enol ether with the peroxyacid to form Organic Chemistry Portal: rubottom-oxidation.

Rh(I) complexes were found active towards the catalytic oxidation of internal alkene, terminal alkene and alcohol at 1 atmospheric pressure of molecular oxygen and at 30˚C.

Reaction condition along with initial turn over number, nature and percentage yield of products for catalytic oxidation of different substrates at.

Kinetics and Mechanism of Hydrogen Sulfide Oxidation Catalyzed by Sulfur 1 M. STEIJNS, F. DERKS, A. VERLOOP, AND P. MARS Department of Chemical Engineering, Twente University of Technology, Enschede, The Netherlands Received July 4, The kinetics of the catalytic oxidation of hydrogen sulfide by molecular oxygen have beenFile Size: KB.

A highly efficient transition-metal-free catalytic system Br2/NaNO2/H2O has been developed for a robust and economic acid-free aerobic oxidation of sulfides. It is noteworthy that the sulfide function reacts under mild conditions without over-oxidation to sulfone. The role of NaNO2as an efficient NO equivalent for the activation of molecular oxygen was by:   In situ coupled oxidation cycle catalyzed by highly active and reusable Pt-catalysts: dehydrogenative oxidation reactions in the presence of a catalytic amount of o-chloranil using molecular oxygen as the terminal oxidant.

Miyamura H(1), Maehata K, Kobayashi by: "Science of Synthesis: Catalytic Oxidation in Organic Synthesis" includes the latest developments in the field, as well as selective coverage of more well-established methods.

Systems based on metal catalysts, organocatalysts, and biomimetic oxidation are covered, and there is a .