Study of isomerization and hydrogenation reactions of olefins in the presence of a palladium catalyst based on dimethyl sulfoxide
A homogeneous palladium catalyst based on dimethyl sulfoxide accelerates the transformation of pentenes at 20° and hydrogen pressures close to atmospheric.
The migration of the C=C bond of 1-pentene proceeds at a faster rate than does its hydrogenation, cis-2-Pentene is converted much more rapidly to the trans-isomer than to n-pentane.
Apparently the observed processes proceed with the involvement of coordinated hydrogen: isomerization is not observed in its absence.
KeywordsHydrogen Migration Dimethyl Palladium Sulfoxide
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