10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYDROGENOLYSES»
Discover the use of hydrogenolyses
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to hydrogenolyses
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Heterogeneous Catalysis in Organic Chemistry
... deactivation during hydrogenation of C=O, 65 SN1, in hydrogenolyses, 13 SN2
, in hydrogenolyses, 13, 122 sodium formate, hydrogen donor in transfer
hydrogenolysis, 193 sodium hypophosphite, hydrogen donor in transfer
Gerard V. Smith, Ferenc Notheisz, 1999
Catalytic Hydrogenation in Organic Syntheses
Chapter Miscellaneous Hydrogenolyses This chapter discusses a number of
reactions that either are not conveniently classified or do not warrant a separate
chapter. All reactions discussed here are formally hydrogenolyses. The chapter is
Applications in Industry
... secondary and tertiary amines Hydrogenolyses - Re and Ru are used for the
hydrogenolyses of carboxylic acids to alcohols Pd and Pt for the hydrogenolyses
of aromatic nitro groups (Pd gives aniline, Pt gives hydroxylamine) Pt is used for ...
J.A. Pajares, Juan M.D. Tascón. GAS 60 El _ mus .. i E1 IZIHIDS § 40 ' IDI 2 3 . 'P-'
20-—-— _' [;p~ ..'.3_--—| iI— . l) CLR N A B Figure 1. Secondary hydrogenolyses
of single samples 60 EIGAS HHS Elnms il Ilhin ' _. I N-CLR A-CLR B 90% B ...
J.A. Pajares, Juan M.D. Tascón, 1995
Journal of the Chemical Society
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455) stereospecifically with nearly
complete retention and inversion of configuration, respectively.4 This suggests
that these hydrogenolyses occur by fundamentally different surface processes.
Whether a ...
Chemical Society (Great Britain), 1967
As was mentioned in Section 1I,A, palladium generally exhibits low activity in
alkane hydrogenolyses. Therefore, if variations in an absolute rate of this reaction
are not very pronounced, it would appear more suitable to use selectivity as a ...
D. D. Eley, Herman Pines, Paul Burg Weisz, 1991
Heterogeneous Catalysis for the Synthetic Chemist
This problem was overcome, however, by running the hydrogenolyses over
palladium black in liquid ammonia. In this way complete removal of the benzyl
entity from benzyl H O \ II N— C— OCH2* 'CO2H Pd/C EtOH. 524 Chapter 20.
Robert L. Augustine, 1995
Active Metals: Preparation, Characterization, Applications
4.11.2 Hydrogenations, Hydrogenolyses, and Hydrosilylations Using Various
Transition Metal Catalysts A variety of catalytic reductive processes has been
studied under sonochemical conditions (Scheme 4-81) but a rationale has not yet
Practical Process Research & Development
The only by-product detected using these conditions was the desamino
compound 24, and formation of this impurity was minimized by initially
conducting the hydrogenolyses at 0–5°C. N H N OH Ph H 3 C Ph O. Select
Reaction Temperature ...
Characterization of Porous Solids
We found that for many catalytic reaction (hydrogenations, hydrogenolyses,
oxidations, isomerizations, photo and electrochemical reactions) the activity, at,
scales with metal particle size (or dispersiorrl) as: a -=< RDR (per catalyst particle
) (5a) ...
H. Kral, Jean Rouquerol, Kenneth S.W. Sing, 1988