2 edition of alkaline nitrobenzene oxidation of model compounds and solid fuel derivatives. found in the catalog.
alkaline nitrobenzene oxidation of model compounds and solid fuel derivatives.
Neil Eric Owen
by Aston University. Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry in Birmingham
Written in English
Thesis (MPhil) - Aston University, 1986.
Stable Free Radicals in Lignin and Lignin Oxidation Products CORNELIUS STEELINK Chapter 5, DOI: /bach Publication Date (Print): January 1, In aniline, C6H5NH2, nitrogen is in the -3 oxidation state and in nitrobenzene, C6H5NO2 nitrogen is in the +5 oxidation state. Source(s): college organic chemistry - I made both these compounds in the lab; We made nitrobenzene first and then reduced it to make aniline.
Look at the Carbon molecule, since its the central atom, we assign its oxidation number by following a set of rules based on the rest of the atoms. The oxidation number for hydrogen would be +1. The oxidation number of a Halogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen. Production of aniline. Aniline is an important raw material in the chemical industry. It serves as the starting material in the production of azo dyes, polyurethanes and sulfonamides. In , the yearly production of aniline was one million tons worldwide.
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Alkaline nitro-benzene oxidation of model compounds and solid fuel derivatives. By N.E. Owen. Abstract. DUE TO COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR CONSULTATION AT ASTON UNIVERSITY LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES WITH PRIOR ARRANGEMEN OAI identifier: oai:publications Author: N.E.
Owen. Peat fractions all gave some aldehydes on oxidation, but there were marked differences in the levels; the highest yield, almost 7 per cent., was obtained from a humic‐acid fraction soluble in ethanol‐ by: The types and amounts of phenolic aldehydes produced on alkaline nitrobenzene oxidation of plant tissue, lignins and humic colloids were dependent on sample origin and extraction method.
Total yield of phenolic aldehydes was in the order plant tissue > lignins > humic by: Samples of 3,4,5-trimethoxybenzaldehyde, β-D-glucovanillin, and β-D-glucosyringaldehyde were oxidized by alkaline nitrobenzene at °C. for two and one half hours and yields of the corresponding phenolic aldehydes of, and % respectively were obtained.
These results are discussed with respect to the chemistry of aspen by: Kavanaugh KR, Pepper JM () The alkaline nitrobenzene oxidation of aspen wood and lignin model substances. Can J Chem 24–30 CrossRef Google Scholar Kratzl K, Silbernagel H () The thermal treatment of spruce and lignin with by: Lignan compounds from the wood of Larix dahurica and L.
sibirica. Chemistry of Natural Compounds7 (6), DOI: /BF R. Wildung, G. Chesters, D. Behmer. Alkaline nitrobenzene oxidation of plant lignins and soil humic by: (). Improved Protocol for Alkaline Nitrobenzene Oxidation of Woody and Non-Woody Biomass.
Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology: Vol. 35, Current Progress in Lignin Chemistry: A Tribute to Professor Knut Lundquist, pp.
Cited by: Alkaline nitrobenzene oxidation The method of alkaline nitrobenzene oxidation at various conditions was based on the procedure published by Scalbert et al. () with some mod- ifications as mentioned below, (a) 2 N sodium hydroxide (7 ml) and nitrobenzene ( ml) were added to, and g dried wheat straw samples which were oxidized at for h, Cited by: Oxidation of Alkanes Last updated; Save as PDF Page ID ; Heat of Combustion; Oxidation and Reduction of Alkanes.
You are undoubtedly already familiar with the general idea of oxidation and reduction: you learned in general chemistry that when a compound or atom is oxidized it loses electrons, and when it is reduced it gains electrons.
Chem. Soc. Rev.,40, This journal is c The Royal Society of Chemistry (3) Wallach reaction (4) Reduction of azoxybenzenes (5) Reductive coupling of aromatic nitro derivatives (6) Oxidation of anilines (7) Dehydrogenation of arylhydrazines (8) Dimerization reaction of diazonium salts (9) Triazene rearrangement ( The alkaline wet oxidation technique has exhibited a significantly wide range of vanillin yield up to 12 % depending on the kinds of lignin sources, oxidants and catalysts.
In terms of catalytic activity, Cu-based catalysts, such as CuSO 4 and Cu-containing metal oxides, have shown excellent catalytic performances in the lignin oxidation [ 36 ].Author: Wonjin Jeon, Il-Ho Choi, Ji-Yeon Park, Jin-Suk Lee, Kyung-Ran Hwang. 3. Oxidation of Lignins into the Aromatic Aldehydes by Nitrobenzene.
Oxidation of lignins by nitrobenzene—or nitrobenzene oxidation (NBO)—is a long-known [23,24,25] and highly selective process; its results qualitatively—and even quantitatively—were used to devise the structure of lignins [1,8,22,23,24].The use of nitrobenzene for oxidizing isoeugenol into vanillin was patented in Cited by: Furan, furfural, butane and ethylene oxide were the main derivatives produced from carbohydrates, while the p-hydroxyphenyl (H) and guaiacyl (G) derivatives, as well as catechols, were the only.
AN OXIDANT TO REPLACE NITROBENZENE IN LIGNIN ANALYSIS Michael P. Masingale,a Ericka F. Alves,b Theresah N. Korbieh,b Samar K. Bose,b and Raymond C. Francis b* Four metal organic frameworks (MOFs) are being evaluated as possible catalysts for alkaline lignin oxidation.
A comparative study of degradation of wheat straw lignin by alkaline nitrobenzene and cupric compound (CuO, Cu(OH)2, CuSO4 5H2O) oxidation was carried out. d-Glucose in alkaline solution is in equilibrium as shown in formula (1). If there is an acceptor of the hydrogen anion formed in this equilibrium, the reaction will proceed to the right and produce d-gluconic the acceptor one of the following was used ketones (cyclohexanone or acetone), double bond-containing compounds (cinnamic acid or maleic acid), nitrobenzene, or atonial oxygen (air).
Recommended Citation. Kavanagh, K.R. and Pepper, J.M. The alkaline nitrobenzene oxidation of aspen wood and lignin model substances. Canadian Journal of Cited by: The spectral scans during the oxidation of benzazolylformamidine derivatives by alkaline permanganate are shown in Fig.
1(a, b). The Figure shows a gradual decay of the permanganate band at λ = nm with a corresponding growth of new intermediate absorption maxima at wavelengths of and 43 5 nm with appearance of two isosbestic points at.
A total of 41 compounds were identified, of which 11 were derived from carbohydrates and 30 from lignins. The S/G ratio was calculated on the basis of the areas of peaks recorded in the pyrograms and compared with the results obtained by alkaline nitrobenzene oxidation.
In one study, 50 wt % lignosulfonates were reacted at (w /w) H 2 O 2 /lignosulfonates for h at 60 °C and pH 89 Nevertheless, oxidation with H 2 O 2 can extensively degrade the lignosulfonate structure, rather than reacting with the reactive sites, which may introduce difficulties into the practical application of this process.
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Nitrobenzene and Nitrosobenzene Wayne H. Smith and Allen J. Bard* Contribution from the Department of Chemistry, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas Received December 7, I Abstract: The electrochemical behavior of nitrobenzene and nitrosobenzene in anhydrous liquid ammonia was investigatedFile Size: KB.