The catalytic behavior of niobium pentoxide during vapor-phase amination of ethyl alcohol with aniline

  • A. A. Balandin
  • N. P. Sokolova


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    Niobium pentoxide possesses catalytic activity in respect to the amination of ethyl alcohol with aniline. With a 1∶1 ratio of aniline to ethyl alcohol in the mixture which was passed the reaction tends mainly to the formation of N-ethylaniline. Change of aniline to alcohol ratio up to 1∶1.5 causes the amount of N, N-diethylaniline in the catalyzate to increase, the total extent of conversion remaining practically constant.

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    The most active of the catalysts which were studied proved to be powdered Nb2O5 obtained by burning the metal at 530° for one hour, i.e., the form of powdered Nb2O5 which was most active for dehyration of alcohols.



Alcohol Ethyl Catalytic Activity Aniline Niobium 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. A. Balandin
    • 1
  • N. P. Sokolova
    • 1
  1. 1.N. D. Zelinskii Organic Chemistry InstituteAcademy of SciencesUSSR

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