epoxidation


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epoxidation

(ɪpˌɒksɪˈdeɪʃən)
n
(Chemistry) chem the formation of an epoxide
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The technology, combined with the use of the Company's proprietary high-performance epoxidation catalyst, offers the distinct advantages of a high PO yield, superior energy efficiency and remarkable stability in plant operation.
In the Organic Chemistry division, students Amal Mohamadi, Roqaya al-Awabdeh, Sara Yousuf and Suzan Ahmed presented their research work titled 'Catalytic epoxidation of olefins over transition metal ferrite nanoparticles', 'Catalytic oxidation of aldehydes over transition metal oxide nanoparticles', 'Extraction of triterpenoid saponins from Tetraena qatarense (zygophyllum qatarense) and their biological activities' and 'Synthesis of substituted 5-oxo-5H-chromeno[3,4-c]pyridine-1-carbonitriles by cycloaddition of substituted 3-amino-2-ene nitriles with 3-acetylcoumarin'.
[2.] Silva, V.F., Batista, L.N., Cunha, V.S., and Costa, M.A.S., "Production of Catalyst to Vegetable Oil Epoxidation from Toxic Biomass Residue," Waste and Biomass Valorization 8:1265-1271, 2017.
After epoxidation, the rubber was coagulated in methanol anhydrous, thoroughly washed with distilled water to ensure that any residue has been removed.
Dimethyl Sulfide (DMS) is used in API and intermediate synthesis as the sulfonium salt (in epoxidation reactions) or in borane reducing agents (BH3-DMS).
Chemical modification of natural rubber by epoxidation (ref.
Catalytic epoxidation of olefins with hydrogen peroxide by hybrid complex containing nickel (III) Schiff base complex covalently linked to polyoxometalate.
The HMBC correlation of CH3-21 (I'H 1.17) with the carbons at I'C 99.4 (C-22), 61.8 (CH-17) and 41.4 (CH-20), and that of an oxymethine H-16 (I'H 4.59) with CH-20, C-22 and CH-17 confirmed epoxidation between CH-16 and C-22, thus established a furan ring in 1.
We elucidated that the o-demethylation, monohydroxylation, N-oxidation, and 2,3-olefinic epoxidation pathways are the major metabolic routes of DIC [14].
Root, "DFT study of solvent coordination effects on titanium-based epoxidation catalysts.
Hyeon, "A magnetically recyclable nanocomposite catalyst for olefin epoxidation," Angewandte Chemie International Edition, vol.