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Catalysis of Organic Reactions : Chemical Industries - John R. Kosak

Catalysis of Organic Reactions

Chemical Industries

By: John R. Kosak (Editor)

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Published: 27th October 1993
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Presenting a compilation of technical papers and poster synopses delivered at the fourteenth conference on Catalysis of Organic Reactions, this self-contained reference investigates current developments in the study of catalysis as it relates to organic synthesis - detailing their industrial applications.
Uniting the work of more than 130 internationally renowned experts from industry and academia, Catalysis of Organic Reactions suggests cost-effective routes for the synthesis of valuable industrial and pharmaceutical chemicals...discusses novel hydrogenation catalysts and operating conditions for reducing nitro groups, nitriles, carbon-carbon multiple bonds, and carbonyl groups...reviews the synthesis of amines via the amination of alcohols...covers the synthesis of pyromellitic acid, hydrogen cyanide, and gluconic acid...employs a new catalyst technology to describe the process development of the oxidation of ethylene to acetaldehyde...examines catalysts used in the synthesis of phenols, amides, environmentally friendly chlorofluorocarbon substitutes, vinylic esters, alkylated toluidines, biphenyls, 4-methylthiazole and N-alkylated aromatic amines...and much more.

Preface
Contributors
Kinetic Approach to the Catalytic Hydrogenation of Nitroaliphatic Compoundsp. 1
New Route to m-Aminophenolp. 25
A New and Improved Synthesis of N-Butyl-1-Deoxynojirimycinp. 41
Homogeneous Asymmetric Catalysis as an Important Tool for the Production of Fine Chemicals and Pharmaceutical Productsp. 49
The Use of a Fischer-Porter Apparatus for Chiral Homogeneous Catalytic Hydrogenationp. 69
Application of Asymmetric Catalysis to the Synthesis of Peptide Mimicsp. 81
Catalytic Amination of Alcohols and Its Potential for the Synthesis of Aminesp. 91
High Selectivities in Hydrogenation of Halogenonitrobenzenes on Pd, Pt, or Raney Nickel as Catalystsp. 103
Solid-Acid-Catalyzed o-Tolidine Alkylation: Scope, Limitations, and Product Utilityp. 111
Comparative Catalytic Hydrogenation Reactions of Aliphatic Dinitriles over Raney Nickel Catalystsp. 127
Hydrogenation of Nitrosobenzene over Palladium Catalystsp. 137
Past, Present, and Future of Catalytic Oxidation of Hydrocarbonsp. 151
Oxidation of Glucose on Palladium Catalysts: Particle Size and Support Effectsp. 169
A Method for the Preparation of Pyromellitic Acid from Durene via Liquid Phase Oxidationp. 181
Surface Chemistry and Engineering of HCN Synthesisp. 195
New Technology for Olefin Oxidation to Carbonyls Using a Palladium and Polyoxoanion Catalyst Systemp. 213
Side Reactions in Reductive Alkylation of Aromatic Amines with Aldehydes and with Ketonesp. 265
A Frontier Molecular Orbital Determination of the Active Sites on Dispersed Metal Catalystsp. 279
Hydrogenations and Other Reactions on Titanium Mixed Metal Oxidesp. 293
Methacrylate Esters via the Homogeneous Carbonylation of 2-Bromopropenep. 305
Production of Phenols from Haloaromatics in the Presence of Copper-Exchanged Zeolites: Synthesis of the Catalyst and Mechanistic Studyp. 327
Polymer-Bound Dialkylaminopyridine Catalysts: Synthesis and Applicationsp. 339
Metal Incorporation into Copper Aluminum Borates: Catalyst Structure and Catalytic Role in Dehydrogenation and Dehydrocyclizationp. 351
Amidation of Methyl Esters with Formamides in the Presence of KCN as the Catalystp. 377
New Titanium Silicate Molecular Sieves: Properties and Catalysisp. 383
Transvinylation Catalysts for the Production of Higher Vinylic Esters of Vinyl Acetatep. 397
Protecting the Ozone Layer: Catalytic Synthesis of CFC Alternativesp. 411
The Tertiary Organometallic Reagent Promoted Reductive Coupling of Aryl Halidesp. 419
Catalysis of Organic Reactions by Inorganic Solidsp. 429
Preparation of Pharmaceutical Intermediates Using Zeolite Catalysis: Preparation of 4-Methylthiazole with ZSM-5p. 445
Hydrocarbon Fragmentation Patterns on Rhodium Surfacesp. 461
Catalytic Cracking of Organic Amides: A Key Step in the Production of a New Specialty Polymerp. 469
Production of Low-Cost Aliphatic Isocyanatesp. 473
Catalytic Oxidation of Secondary Alcoholsp. 479
Synthesis of Bisaniline A and Derivatives with Perfluorinated Sulfonic Acid Resinsp. 487
Effect of Water on the Oxidation of 2-Butanone over V[subscript 2]O[subscript 5]p. 491
H[subscript 2]-Hydrogenation of Nitriles Catalyzed by Ruthenium Ditertiaryphosphine Complexesp. 497
Enhancement of CO Hydrogenation Activity of Pt Catalysts by CeO[subscript 2] and TiO[subscript 2] Supportsp. 503
Hydrocarbon Conversion Reactions over the Pt-Re Bimetallic Catalysts Modified by Sulfurp. 511
Activation of Esters for Hydrogenolysis on Copper Titaniasp. 515
The Direct Conversion of Vinyl to Ethylidynep. 521
Hydrocarbon Probes for the Study of Acidity on Oxide Surfacesp. 529
Synthesis of (+)-Apopinene by Decarbonylation of (+)-Myrtenal: Application of the Mechanisms of Hydrogenation and Decarbonylationp. 537
New Hydrogenation Apparatusp. 547
A Pd-Sn Catalyst for Toluene Acetoxylationp. 553
Characterization of Sulfided Platinum and Palladium Catalystsp. 561
Selective Hydrogenation of Unsaturated Aldehydes over Silica- and Zeolite-Supported Metalsp. 569
Indexp. 575
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ISBN: 9780824791407
ISBN-10: 0824791401
Series: Chemical Industries
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 608
Published: 27th October 1993
Publisher: TAYLOR & FRANCIS
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.47 x 15.19  x 3.35
Weight (kg): 1.13
Edition Number: 1