Kinetics and mechanism of the epoxidation of olefins by hydroper oxides in the presence of molybdenum compounds
The solubility of propylene in ethylbenzene was investigated at 5–36 atm and 60–120°. Under the indicated conditions the solubility is proportional to the pressure. The logarithm of the equilibrium constant of the solubility is a linear function of the reciprocal of the temperature. The heat of solution of propylene in ethylbenzene practically coincides with the heat of evaporation of liquid propylene.
KeywordsOxide Evaporation Propylene Molybdenum Linear Function
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