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Mechanism of Gas-Phase Hydrogenation of Alicyclic Ketones on Iron Catalyst: Effective

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Author(s)

Anzor I. Mikaia, Leonid S. Glebov, Vladimir Smetanin, Vladimir G. Zaikin, George A. Kliger, Sergai Loktev

Abstract

Mechanism of gas phase hydrogenation of cyclopentanone and cyclohexanone over a fused iron catalyst by “Reaction GC-MS” presented. The study involves on-line deuterogenation and on-column silylation of reaction products. It is established that cyclanone hydrogenation reactions proceed both via ketonic and enolic mechanisms.
Citation
Journal of Catalysis
Volume
93
Issue
1

Keywords

"Reaction GC-MS", "Cyclopentanone", "Cyclohexanone", "Mechanism", "Enolic", "ketonis"

Citation

Mikaia, A. , Glebov, L. , Smetanin, V. , Zaikin, V. , Kliger, G. and Loktev, S. (1985), Mechanism of Gas-Phase Hydrogenation of Alicyclic Ketones on Iron Catalyst: Effective, Journal of Catalysis, [online], https://doi.org/10.1016/0021-9517(85)90152-6 (Accessed June 21, 2024)

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Created May 1, 1985, Updated January 27, 2020