Transformation of 1-hexene under the action of carbon monoxide and hydrogen over a cobalt catalyst
A study was made of the effect of a high concentration of carbon monoxide on the course of the formation of hydrocarbons from 1-hexene, hydrogen, and carbon monoxide.
When the H2: CO ratio in the original vapor-gas mixture is changed from 6 to 2.2, the yield of higherboiling hydrocarbons is reduced only slightly, but the formation of lower-boiling hydrocarbons is almost completely suppressed.
The effect of an increased concentration of carbon monoxide in reactions in which propene or 1-butene take part is different from its effect in the reaction with 1-hexene.
KeywordsHydrogen Cobalt Hydrocarbon Propene Carbon Monoxide
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