Investigation of the stereospecific hydrogenation of D-Fructose on Raney nickel using the method of mathematical planning of the experiment
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The hydrogenation of fructose on a Raney Ni catalyst, modified with optically active tartaric and glutamic acids, was studied using the method of mathematical experimental planning. The conditions under which the yield of sorbitol reaches 65.7% were found.
KeywordsHydrogenation Nickel Fructose Glutamic Acid Sorbitol
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