Thermal decomposition of dimeric 9-tungstenophosphoric acid solvates with lower ketones
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The nature of the catalytic transformation of acetone and methyl ethyl ketone upon the thermal decomposition of their solvates with dimeric 9-tungstenophosphoric acid is similar. Oxidation products consisting of acids and carbon dioxide are released initially followed by products of reduction and condensation (C3-C4 hydrocarbons and aromatic hydrocarbons). Then cracking products of the hydrocarbons formed, namely, methane, ethane, and water are detected.
Substitution of methyl for ethyl in the ketone causes a significant reduction in the velocity of the catalytic reaction.
KeywordsOxidation Methyl Methane Dioxide Ethyl
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