Selective catalytic oxidation of C1-C3 alkenes
Chadwick, David, 2011. Selective catalytic oxidation of C1-C3 alkenes. WO 2011051643 (A1), May 2011.
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A process for preparing an oxygenate product by direct conversion of a C1 -C3 alkane in either the gas or liquid phase, by contacting the selected alkane with hydrogen peroxide or a hydroperoxy species in the presence of a gold-based heterogeneous catalyst on a metal oxide support having a morphology of nanotubes, nanofibers, nanowires, or nanorods. The result is efficient conversion under mild conditions. The hydrogen peroxide or hydroperoxy species may themselves be prepared, in situ, by contacting a hydrogen source and oxygen in the presence of the same type of catalyst. The process may be particularly useful in the conversion of methane to methanol.
|Creators||Chadwick, D., Torrente Murciano, L. and , D. G. T. I.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Chemical Engineering|
|Additional Information||ID number: WO 2011051643 (A1)|
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