Isomerization during hydrogenation. I. Oleic acid
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It was found that during the hydrogenation of octadecenoic acids, migration of the double bonds takes place equally in each direction. The positional isomers that are formed are composed of the 1∶2 equilibrium mixture ofcis andtrans. A partial hydrogenation-dehydrogenation theory may be applied to explain the simultaneous formation of both positional and geometrical isomers.
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