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Soluble and Supported Metal Catalysts for Hydrocarbon Oxidation in Liquid and Vapor Phase

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Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (ASIC, volume 231)

Abstract

Because organic oxygenates are such a large and industrially important class of compounds, there is intense interest in their production by selective catalytic oxidation of hydrocarbons. Numerous commercial catalytic liquid- and vapor-phase processes are currently in operation, however efficient processes for many desirable oxidative transformations have not yet been developed, and some existing routes are poorly understood. This report is a summary of emerging catalytic routes (1) from alkenes to epoxides, diols, α, β-unsaturated acids and esters; (2) from aromatics to phenols, aromatic acids, and oxidative cleavage products; and (3) from alkanes to alcohols, carbonyl compounds, and oxidative coupling products. Much of this chemistry occurs in the liquid phase; suggestions are made for surface catalysis of some of these reactions. Significant progress in understanding the nature of surface oxidation reactions and in achieving new process advances in surface-catalyzed oxidation might be made by applying principles of inorganic, organic, and organometallic solution chemistry.

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Maleic Anhydride Oxidative Cleavage Oxidative Carbonylation Allylic Alcohol Bismuth Molybdate 
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  1. 1.Sun CompanyMarcus HookUSA

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