of nickel oxide by hydrogen [ 1 – 23 ] has attracted wide interest and is now identified as a particularly suitable reaction for kinetic and mechanistic analysis by the thermochemical approach [ 24 – 32 ] presented and discussed here.
The kinetics of deuterium and chlorine-36 isotope exchange between hydrogen dichloride ions in tetramethyl- and tetraethyl-ammonium salts and hydrogen chloride has been studied in the temperature range 275–304 K. On the basis of the results obtained the exchange mechanism was proposed emphasizing the role of hydrogen bonding in the exchange process.
Authors:A. Nixon, M. Ferrandon, M. H. Kaye, and L. Trevani
As energy prices increase and climate change becomes an increasing concern, new clean sources of energy and energy carriers are being sought. Hydrogen is one such energy carrier, currently produced in large amount
The selective hydrogenation of aromatic ketones to aromatic alcohols is an important reaction in the fine chemical industry [ 1 – 3 ]. So far, the hydrogenation of acetophenone has been successfully studied on Pd
The percentage of hydrogen in biogas obtained through fermentation under certain conditions has recently gained much in significance [ 1 , 2 ]. This hydrogen is usually considered as an energy source to run fuel
Authors:V. Udayakumar, S. Alexander, V. Gayathri, Shivakumaraiah, and B. Viswanathan
complex. Though palladium, platinum, rhodium and ruthenium complexes have been anchored to a variety of supports, palladium complexes find an important place in the hydrogenation of nitro compounds under mild conditions [ 7 – 10 ]. In our earlier study, we
Authors:Hugo Rojas, Gloria Borda, María Brijaldo, Patricio Reyes, and Jesús Valencia
The hydrogenation of mononitroaromatic compounds to aromatic amines is ordinarily carried out in vapor-phase reactions using either a fixed bed or fluidized catalyst. However, the low vapor pressures and thermal
ethyl lactate to 1,2-PDO is usually studied under heterogeneous catalytic conditions in the presence of hydrogen [ 1 – 7 ]. For example, Luo et al. reported that RuB/γ-Al 2 O 3 [ 1 – 3 ] and RuB/SBA-15 [ 4 ] are effective catalysts for the hydrogenation