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Catalytic Conversions of Synthesis Gas and Alcohols to Chemicals

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Most of the papers contained in this volume are based on pres entations made at the symposium on Catalytic Conversions of Synthesis Gas and Alcohols to Chemicals, which was held at the 17th Middle At lantic Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, April 6-8, 1983, in the setting of the Pocono Hershey Resort, White Haven, PA. I thank Dr. Ned D. Heindel, General Chairman, and Dr. Natalie Foster, Program Chairman, both of Lehigh University, for the invitation to organize the symposium. Financial support was received from Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. for the organization of the symposium, and acknowledgement is made to Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. and to the Donors of the Petroleum Research Fund, administered by the American Chemical Society, for partial support of the conduct of the symposium. The theme of this volume is the recent progress made in devel oping and understanding viable catalytic syntheses of chemicals di rectly from synthesis gas (CO + H2) or indirectly via alcohols. An aim of the symposium and of this volume is to provide a meaningful blend of applied and basic science and of the chemistry and engineer ing of processes that are, or hold promise to be, economically and industrially feasible. The topics demonstrate the increasing impor tance of synthesis gas as a versatile feedstock and emphasize the central role that alcohols, such as methanol, can playas chemical intermediates.

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Most of the papers contained in this volume are based on pres­ entations made at the symposium on Catalytic Conversions of Synthesis Gas and Alcohols to Chemicals, which was held at the 17th Middle At­ lantic Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, April 6-8, 1983, in the setting of the Pocono Hershey Resort, White Haven, PA. I thank Dr. Ned D. Heindel, General Chairman, and Dr. Natalie Foster, Program Chairman, both of Lehigh University, for the invitation to organize the symposium. Financial support was received from Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. for the organization of the symposium, and acknowledgement is made to Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. and to the Donors of the Petroleum Research Fund, administered by the American Chemical Society, for partial support of the conduct of the symposium. The theme of this volume is the recent progress made in devel­ oping and understanding viable catalytic syntheses of chemicals di­ rectly from synthesis gas (CO + H2) or indirectly via alcohols. An aim of the symposium and of this volume is to provide a meaningful blend of applied and basic science and of the chemistry and engineer­ ing of processes that are, or hold promise to be, economically and industrially feasible. The topics demonstrate the increasing impor­ tance of synthesis gas as a versatile feedstock and emphasize the central role that alcohols, such as methanol, can playas chemical intermediates.



Inhalt

Introductory Orientation.- Perspectives on the United States Feedstocks for the Production of Energy and Chemicals.- The Production of Synthesis Gas from Methane, Coal and Biomass.- Direct Conversion of Synthesis Gas to Chemicals.- Effects of Cobalt on Synthesis Gas Reactions over Copper-based Catalysts.- Thorium-Copper Intermetallic Catalysts for the Synthesis of Methanol.- Alcohol/Ester Fuels from Synthesis Gas.- Untangling the Water Gas Shift from Fischer-Tropsch: A Gordian Knot?.- Some Aspects of the Slurry Phase Fischer-Tropsch Process.- Metal-Zeolite Catalysts for the Conversion of Synthesis Gas to Selected Hydrocarbon Products.- Conversion of Synthesis Gas to Olefins over Physical Mixtures of High SiO2/Al2O3 ZSM-5 and Fe(K).- Catalyst Support Effects on Selectivity in the Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis.- Reactions with Synthesis Gas to Form Chemicals.- The Use of Perfluoroalkanesulfonic Acids in the Palladium-Catalyzed Carbomethoxylation of Olefins.- Phosphine Modified Cobalt Carbonyl Catalysts for the Hydroformylation of Dicyclopentadiene.- Ethylene Glycol from Methanol and Synthesis Gas via Glycolic Acid.- Synthesis Gas to Formic Acid via Methanol Carbonylation.- Recent Advances in Alcohol Homologation: The Effect of Promoters.- Utilization of Alcohols to Produce Chemicals.- Polyethers and Organorhodiums: A Study of Oxidative Addition and Transfer Hydrogenation.- Synthesis of High Octane Ethers from Methanol and Iso-Olefins.- Conversion of Methanol to Low Molecular Weight Olefins with Heterogeneous Catalysts.- Catalytic Conversion of Alcohols to Olefins.- Conversion of Methanol to Hydrocarbons on Heteropoly Compounds.- Formaldehyde from Methanol.- Catalytic Conversions of Methanol to Chloromethanes.- Alkylation of N- and O-Heteroatom Compounds with Alcohols, with Special Reference to the Synthesis of Alkylamines.- Appendices.- 1. U. S. Energy Conversion Factors.- 2. Chemical Nomenclature.

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Titel: Catalytic Conversions of Synthesis Gas and Alcohols to Chemicals
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EAN: 9781461296966
ISBN: 146129696X
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Genre: Maschinenbau
Anzahl Seiten: 492
Gewicht: 916g
Größe: H254mm x B178mm x T26mm
Jahr: 2012
Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1984
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