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Oppenauer oxidation, named after Rupert Viktor Oppenauer [de], is a gentle method for . Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. Oppenauer Oxidation. The aluminium-catalyzed hydride shift from the α-carbon of an alcohol component to the carbonyl carbon of a second component, which. PDF | The so-called OPPenauer oxidation is well known for its ability to oxidize valuable alcohols into their corresponding aldehydes or.


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Request PDF on ResearchGate | Oppenauer oxidation | Alkoxide-catalyzed oxidation of secondary alcohols. Abstract: The so-called OPPenauer oxidation is well known for its ability to oxidize valuable alcohols into their corresponding aldehydes or. Definition. Broader definition of oxidation and reduction respectively refer to the .. metal alkoxide to corresponding aldehyde or ketone is known as Oppenauer.

Ishii, US Patent 4,, controlled calcinations of commercial hydrotalcites appear very to Mitsui Toatsu Chemicals. Katsumasa, S. Masashi, F. Toshio and S.

Non-catalytic Oppenauer oxidation of alcohols in supercritical water

Koji, Japan Patent 28, to Ube low cost, wide availability, easy and almost complete regeneration. Finally, it is noteworthy that the described process may be applied to [18] K. Harada, M. Shirai, K. Shiba and T. Kaneda, T.

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Oppenauer oxidation

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Non-catalytic Oppenauer oxidation of alcohols in supercritical water

Zhu, G. Bauer, D. Garbe, H. Surburg, in: B. Elvers, M. Bohmet, S. Hawking, W. Cavani, F. Vaccari, Catal. Similar amounts of the oxidation product benzaldehyde 6 and the reduction product toluene 7 were obtained by simple thermal reactions without water Entry 1 of Table 2 , which should be produced via the thermal disproportionation of an ether intermediate 8 Illustration 1 derived from two molecules of 4, as mentioned in previous papers [28].

However, it affords a more stable oxidation product, ketone, than aldehyde. Illustration 1. Wang et al. Entry 1 2d 3d 4 5 6 a b c d e a mole ratio — —c b No water No water No water 0. No compound 5a was applied in the reaction. Yields of products were less than 0. Hence, alcohol 1 should be a good probe to investigate the scope and limitations of this reaction. Under non-water conditions, almost equal amounts of oxidation product, benzophenone 2 , and reduction product, diphenylmethane 3 , were obtained in the absence of an oxidant, indicating that the disproportionation of the ether intermediate 9 Illustration 2 derived from two molecules of 1 took place thermally Entry 1 in Table 3 , as mentioned in a previous paper [23,28].

A larger amount of oxidant 5a 5 equiv. On the other hand, when water was introduced to the reaction at the density of 0.

However, it is noteworthy that no reduction product of 3 was obtained under SCW conditions. Although conversions of 1 and yields of 2 decreased in the presence of water, completely clean and selective reactions were achieved affording no by-product 3 at all Entries 5 and 6.These latter tests groups in the reaction, probably stabilizing the six-member have been performed considering that the different industrial intermediate [26]. Rao, Bull.

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Matsushita, Bull. Similar amounts of the oxidation product benzaldehyde 6 and the reduction product toluene 7 were obtained by simple thermal reactions without water Entry 1 of Table 2 , which should be produced via the thermal disproportionation of an ether intermediate 8 Illustration 1 derived from two molecules of 4, as mentioned in previous papers [28]. Hubert, H. For instance, acetone has a relatively low oxidation potential but is inexpensive and can be used in large excess. Moreover, furfural, having no alpha-protons, does not undergo an aldol condensation with the aldehyde product, for instance perillyl aldehyde, as does acetone.

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