Acetonation of L-sorbose in the presence of heteropolyacids
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The activities of 18 heteropoly acids (7 structural types) and two isopoly acids have been studied during L-sorbose acetonation. We have found acid H3PMo12O40 to be the most active. The purity of diacetone sorbose produced is proportional to its yield.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Catalysis Structural Type Heteropoly Acid Sorbose
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