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Hydroxylation of Benzene to Phenol under Air and Carbon Monoxide Catalyzed by Molybdovanadophosphoric Acid

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  • Masayuki Tani,

    1. Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering and High Technology Research Center, Kansai University, Suita, Osaka 564-8680, Japan, Fax: (+81) 6-6339-4026
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  • Takao Sakamoto,

    1. Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering and High Technology Research Center, Kansai University, Suita, Osaka 564-8680, Japan, Fax: (+81) 6-6339-4026
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  • Shuichi Mita,

    1. Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering and High Technology Research Center, Kansai University, Suita, Osaka 564-8680, Japan, Fax: (+81) 6-6339-4026
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  • Satoshi Sakaguchi,

    1. Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering and High Technology Research Center, Kansai University, Suita, Osaka 564-8680, Japan, Fax: (+81) 6-6339-4026
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  • Yasutaka Ishii Prof.

    1. Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering and High Technology Research Center, Kansai University, Suita, Osaka 564-8680, Japan, Fax: (+81) 6-6339-4026
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  • This work was partially supported by MEXT.KAKENHI (No.15750095).

Abstract

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Je einfacher, desto besser: Phenol entsteht durch direkte Oxidation von Benzol in einer Atmosphäre aus Luft (15 atm) und CO (10 atm) mit Molybdovanadophosphorsäure als Katalysator (siehe Schema). Aktivierter molekularer Sauerstoff dient als Oxidationsmittel, und Phenol wird in 28 % Ausbeute gebildet. Der Katalysator kann zurückgewonnen und wiederverwendet werden.

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