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economics of oxidation of paraffins

B. A. Brunshtein

economics of oxidation of paraffins

by B. A. Brunshtein

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Published by Joseph Crosfield and Sons .
Written in English


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Statementby B.A. Brunshtein and V.L. Klimenko.
ContributionsKlimenko, V. L., Joseph Crosfield and Sons Limited.
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Open LibraryOL20877986M

An Introduction to Oxidation-Reduction Reactions Oxidation-Reduction and Molecular Compounds The oxidation of nitrogen to form nitrogen monoxide is very similar to the oxidation of zinc to form zinc oxide. N 2(g) + O 2(g) → 2NO(g) 2Zn(s) + O 2(g) → 2ZnO(s). The economic success of feedstock recycling procedures for plastic wastes is increasingly demanding the conversion of the starting residue into more valuable chemicals. Thermal cracking of polyethylenes leads to the preparation of equimolar mixtures of n-paraffins and 1-alkenes within the C2–C range. These 1-olefins can be catalytically upgraded by selective oxidation .

The rate of oxidation increases with time. The service life of a lubricant is also reduced with increases in temperature. Oxidation will lead to an increase in the oil's viscosity and deposits of varnish and sludge. The rate of oxidation is dependent on the quality and type of base oil as well as the additive package used. Some synthetics, such. Dehydrogenation of paraffins and olefins — paraffins such as n-pentane and isopentane can be converted to pentene and isopentene using chromium (III) oxide as a catalyst at °C. Formaldehyde. Formaldehyde is produced industrially by the catalytic oxidation of methanol, which can also be viewed as a dehydrogenation using O 2 as the acceptor.

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Economics of oxidation of paraffins by B. A. Brunshtein Download PDF EPUB FB2

Paraffins: Chemistry and Technology deals primarily with fundamentals of those methods and processes for the manufacture and chemical treatment of the paraffinic hydrocarbons. The present book, the first edition of which was published by the Akademie-Verlag GmbH, Berlin, inand an unchanged reprint of which of the first edition was.

This chapter focuses on the oxidation of paraffins. The oxidation of methane in the presence of heterogeneous catalysts results predominantly in the formation of the most stable products, carbon dioxide and water. And the oxidation of methane over platinum is one of the first known heterogeneously catalysed processes.

SCCPs range from C 10 to C 13, medium chain chlorinated paraffins (MCCPs) from C 14 to C 17 and long chain chlorinated paraffins (LCCPs) from >C Tomy et al. [] have calculated the number of congeners of an SCCP mixture containing 60% chlorine by weight (assuming no more than one chlorine per carbon) to be about   Thus, one can arrive at the conclusion that with excesses of 02' deep oxidation of a paraffin, R, over metal oxide catalysts is described by a power rate low: m 11 (XV) r=*~ '0 1R /0 5 50 Fig.

- The rates of deep oxidation of the C1-C 6 paraffins on Cu20 ( oC (1» and on CuO ( oC (2» /25/. a a Typical values of mare and. The most common biological source of paraffins ap-pears to be the surface lipids of plants (2), the chain length of the most abulndant paraffin being most often C., or C.

These natural paraffins cant be readily catabolized by soil organisms (5) and to a limited extent bv an,inlals (6). The mechaniislm of paraffin oxidation was elucidated with Cited by: The oxidation of paraffins by copper oxide S.

Bransom, L. Hanlon and B. Smythe, Trans. Faraday Soc.,52, DOI: /TF If you are not the For reproduction of material from all other RSC journals and books. Access the world’s largest online process economics database. Updated quarterly, the PEP Yearbook includes: Production economic data for more than 1, processes used to manufacture over chemical, polymer, refining and biotech products; Estimates for raw material and utility requirements.

The equilibrium constant for paraffin dehydrogenation increases significantly as the carbon number increases. Fig. 3 shows the equilibrium constant for the dehydrogenation of n-paraffins ranging from ethane to pentadecane. Fig. 4 shows the temperatures required to achieve 10–40% equilibrium conversion based on these equilibrium constants.

Fig. 4 indicates. Oxygen production technologies. Chemical fundamentals of oxidation reactions. Reactor technologies for multiphase systems. Liquid phase oxidations. Gas phase selective oxidations.

Selective oxidation of paraffins. References. Index. Volume 2 addresses the safety issues associated with the use of oxygen in catalytic oxidation. The oxidation of aromatic compounds by Pseudomonas aeruginosa SB2 was an induced phenomenon.

p-Xylene grown cells oxidized p-methylbenzyl alcohol, p-toluic acid, p-cresol, p-hydroxybenzyl alcohol, p-hydroxybenzaldehyde, p-hydroxybenzoic acid and protocatechuic acid without lag.

The strain SB2 also oxidized benzyl alcohol, benzaldehyde and benzoic acid. Fuels studied include n-paraffins from methane to n-decane, some methyl-substituted n-paraffins, acetylene, and representative olefin, alcohol and aromatic hydrocarbons.

Results show that the often-employed choice of simultaneous first order fuel and oxidizer dependence for global rate expressions cannot yield the correct dependence of flame. The oxidation of n-butane to maleic anhydride is the only commercialized process of paraffins.

Higher rate of oxidation of the partial oxidation products than the starting paraffin and the. Purchase The Oxidation of Hydrocarbons in the Liquid Phase - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book.

ISBNUSA USA USA USA US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A Authority US United States Prior art keywords oxidation obtained saponification number oxygen silicone Prior art date. Currently, direct methane utilization involves conversion to value-added products such as aromatics, oxygenates, olefins, and paraffins, of which the three major oxidative processes are partial oxidation to methanol, to formaldehyde, as given in Sectionand to ethylene and ethane via the oxidative coupling of methane (OCM).

Autoxidation is a conversion pathway that has the potential to add value to multinuclear aromatic-rich coal liquids, heavy oils and bitumens, which are typically considered low-value liquids.

In particular, autoxidation of these heavy materials could lead to products that may have petrochemical values, e.g., lubricity improvers and emulsifiers. XLVI.—The velocity of oxidation of paraffin wax.

Parts I—IV Francis Francis, Walter Frederick Millard, Cyril Henly Rutt, Cyril Mercer Watkins, Reginald. XLI.—On paraffin and the products of its oxidation C. Gill and Ed. Meusel, J.

Chem. Soc.,21, DOI For reproduction of material from all other RSC journals and books: Reproduced from Ref. XX with permission from The Royal Society of Chemistry.

Purchase Natural Gas Conversion V, Volume - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN  Analysis of paraffin wax oxidates by differential infrared spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry57 (6), DOI: /aca Alan P. Arnold, Susan A. Daignault, and Dallas L. Rabenstein.

Automated equilibrium. The oxidation of paraffin wax to fatty acids is carried out in temperature range 0C- 0C.

Paraffin oxidation which is carried out by ALFOL, Oxo-processes, are high temperature, high pressure processes which utilize expensive catalysts, making them energy intensive as well as expensive.

The maximum conversion achieved yet by existing.Hydrogenation of oxidized wax to produce an oxidized wax enriched in sec-alcohols was investigated experimentally.

Hydrogenation over copper chromite catalysts resulted in [email protected]{osti_, title = {Produce light olefins from paraffins by catalytic oxidation}, author = {Landau, M V and Kaliya, M L and Herskowitz, M and Oosterkamp, P.F.

van den and Bocque, P S.G.}, abstractNote = {One alternative method to convert LPG to olefins is the oxidative catalytic conversion. However, a selective catalyst is needed for this process to avoid the undesired .