Synthesis of acetic acid N-substituted amides and oligomerization of ethylene during its reaction with mercuric acetate in an amine medium
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Ethylene oligomerizes to a mixture of hexenes and octenes in the presence of the system: amine-Hg(CH3COO)2, at 200–270‡ and a pressure of 50–70 atm; the corresponding acetic acid N-substituted amide is formed at the same time.
KeywordsAcetic Ethylene Acetic Acid Hexenes Amide
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