Investigation of the chemical conversions of diols and organic mixtures - Communication 18. Investigation of the thermal decomposition of 3-monoalkyl-substituted β-oxides, using the microreactor technique

M. Bartók, B. Kozma, N. I. Shuikin

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1. The thermal conversions of 3-monoalkyl-substituted β-oxides were investigated, using a microreactor mounted in a chromatograph. 2. In the thermal decomposition of this type of β-oxides, there are two primary processes. The main direction of the reaction is decomposition of the molecules to formaldehyde and the corresponding olefins (∼90%). In addition to decomposition, isomerization of the β-oxides and aldehydes (5-7%) was also observed; the formation of the latter may be explained by the influence of the walls of the microreactor. 3. Secondary processes may include decarbonylation of the primary products.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)123-126
Number of pages4
JournalBulletin of the Academy of Sciences, USSR Division of Chemical Science
Volume17
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1968

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Oxides
Pyrolysis
Communication
Decomposition
Alkenes
Isomerization
Aldehydes
Formaldehyde
Molecules
Direction compound
Hot Temperature

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