benzyl alcohol

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benzyl alcohol

n alcohol bencílico
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Monopoli, "Oxidation of benzyl alcohols to aldehydes and ketones under air in water using a polymer supported palladium catalyst," Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, vol.
Pasha, "An efficient sonochemical oxidation of benzyl alcohols into benzaldehydes by Fe[Cl.sub.3]/HN[O.sub.3] in acetone," Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, vol.
Armatas, "Mesoporous CdS-sensitized Ti[O.sub.2] nanoparticle assemblies with enhanced photocatalytic properties: selective aerobic oxidation of benzyl alcohols," Catalysis Today, vol.
Steric hindrance is another essential factor that affects the rate of the oxidation processes; the bulky groups such as 4-[CF.sub.3], 2,4-DiCl, 2,3,4-TriOMe, and 2,3,4,5,6-pentaflouro attached to benzyl alcohol decrease the performance of the oxidation reaction, maybe because of the steric resistance that impedes the oxidation of the alcohols bearing bulky substituents (Table 6, entries 13,16-18).
Lachter et al., "Synthesis, characterization and catalytic activity of meso-niobium phosphate in the oxidation of benzyl alcohols," Catalysis Today, vol.
Pasha, "An efficient sonochemical oxidation of benzyl alcohols into benzaldehydes by FeCl3/HNO3 in acetone," Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, vol.
Zheng, "A synergistic effect in the combination of H2[O.sub.2], FeAPO-5 and NaBr for selective oxidation of benzyl alcohols," Catalysis Communications, vol.
For example, Anelli [34] first used TEMPO as a catalyst in cooperation with hypochlorite and bromide for benzyl alcohols selective oxidation.
Under the Anelli oxidation protocol, primary benzyl alcohols were quickly and efficiently converted into the aromatic aldehydes (5 min) (Table 2, entries 1-3).
Caption: FIGURE 3: (a) Image for the magnetic separation of the nanoparticles in the Montanari oxidation of benzyl alcohol. (b) Recyclability of TEMPO supported on nanocomposite particles in the Montanari oxidation of benzyl alcohol.
Other chemicals are believed to be synthesised from nectar constituents inside the flower and comprise an array of alcohols, including several benzyl alcohols and ethyl alcohol (ethanol) (Ernst and Bast-Cammer 1980).
Several plant species have active resistance to yeasts because of their production of compounds such as benzyl alcohol, cinnamyl alcohol and phenethyl alcohol, known for their anti-fungal properties (Lawton et al.