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repeat it here. In brief, we may just notice that using steps ( 8 ) and ( 9 ) for N 2 and H 2 O formation, we follow one of the lines already accepted in the literature. These steps include reconfiguration of many atoms and in reality may occur via

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-based FT catalysts and then to quantitatively relate the effect of operating conditions on the properties of hydrocarbon products. However, the mechanism in the literature [ 5 ] assumed the irreversible adsorption of carbon monoxide and hydrogen molecules

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of a solid acid for DME hydration and a metal catalyst for SRM, have recently been reported in the scientific literature for SRDME ( Table 2 ). Special attention is needed for designing a SRDME catalyst since the proper distribution of acidic as well

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compiled from the literature is shown in Table 1 . Their rate constants are at pH 7.4 and 37 °C, when not indicated otherwise. If data were not available under these conditions, we used the closest obtainable value. Reactions (1–17) consist of the reduced

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formation of strontium oxide (SrO). A review on the literature of the thermal behavior of inorganic oxalates reveals that except yttrium oxalate, all undergo thermal decomposition before melting and the decomposition kinetics is not complicated except in the

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allyl alcohol is 47 mol% and the conversion of hydrogen peroxide is 94 mol%. The experiments at the molar ratios of AA/H 2 O 2 < 1 were not conducted, because according to the literature data [ 14 ], the excess of H 2 O 2 in the post-reaction solution

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, Y 2 O 3 , with ammonium bifluoride, NH 4 HF 2 [ 1 – 3 ]. It has been shown in the literature [ 1 – 3 ] that anhydrous hydrogen fluoride (HF) and ammonium bifluoride (NH 4 HF 2 ) are two fluorinating agents that have been used in the synthesis of

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[ 24 ] ( Fig. 1 ), two ionic liquids BMImBF 4 and BMImBF 6 [ 25 ] ( Fig. 2 ) were synthesized according to the literature procedure. Fig. 1 The structure of Jacobsen's catalyst

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,2-orthophenylenediamine and 1,2-cyclohexanediamine (2 mmol) with two equivalents of pyridine-2-carboxaldehyde (4 mmol) in ethanol. All the ligands ( pfed , pfpd , pfbd and pfcd ) were prepared according to literature procedures [ 29 , 30 ]. Analytical data were found

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Reaction Kinetics, Mechanisms and Catalysis
Authors: Bianca V. Sousa, Karoline D. Brito, José J. N. Alves, Meiry G. F. Rodrigues, Carlos M. N. Yoshioka, and Dilson Cardoso

-paraffins in the range of C 5 –C 7 has been discussed in the literature. However, the details of the mechanism are not completely understood. The main problems for a complete agreement include the way of formation of carbene ions, the acidity required of

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