Dehydrogenation of decalin to naphthalene through tetralin and that of dicyclohexyl to biphenyl through phenylcyclohexane with Pt/C and Pd/C was investigated mainly under the liquid film state, in which the catalyst was just wet but not suspended and covered with a thin film of liquid substrate. To improve the catalytic activities, the effects of the addition of tellurium into Pd/C were investigated to reveal that the combination of tellurium, palladium and conjugated systems produced during the dehydrogenation of cycloalkames was important to the improvement of the activities.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 15, 2009
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