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Petroleum Chemistry

, Volume 46, Issue 5, pp 362–366 | Cite as

Kinetics and mechanism of liquid-phase catalytic ozonation of nitrotoluenes

  • A. G. Galstyan
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Abstract

The kinetics of catalytic oxidation of nitrotoluenes with ozone was studied. It was shown that the introduction of transition metal salts into the system makes it possible to prevent almost completely the ozonolysis of the aromatic ring and to direct the process towards methyl-group oxidation yielding benzoic acids. A mechanism of the process that explains the experimental findings was proposed.

Keywords

Ozone Selective Oxidation Ozonolysis Petroleum Chemistry Nitrotoluenes 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. G. Galstyan
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  1. 1.Rubezhnoe BranchEast-Ukrainian National UniversityRubezhnoeUkraine

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