Data on formation pathways of two major products of oxidative ammonolysis of o-xylene and its 4-bromo and 4-phenyl derivatives, dinitrile and imide, whose formation involves competition of ammonia with oxygen and water on the surface of modified V-Sb-Bi/γ-Al2O3 oxide catalysts, are analyzed and summarized. In contrast to the competitive adsorption of ammonia and oxygen, the competitive adsorption of ammonia and water influences the transformation pathways of each substrate at both low and high ammonia concentrations.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 3, 2015
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