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Jean-luc Dubois
Jean Luc Dubois, Christophe Duquenne, Wolfgang Holderich: Process for dehydrating glycerol to acrolein. Arkema France, Steven D Boyd, July 8, 2008: US07396962 (25 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a process for manufacturing acrolein by dehydration of glycerol in the presence of molecular oxygen. The reaction is performed in the liquid phase or in the gas phase in the presence of a solid catalyst. The addition of oxygen makes it possible to obtain good glycero ...


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Jean-luc Dubois
Jean Luc Dubois, Christophe Duquenne, Wolfgang Holderich, Jacques Kervennal: Process for dehydrating glycerol to acrolein. Arkema France, Steven D Boyd, February 2, 2010: US07655818 (12 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a process for manufacturing acrolein by gas-phase dehydration of glycerol in the presence of strongly acidic solid catalysts with a Hammett acidity H0 of between −9 and −18 and preferably between −10 and −16.


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Jean-luc Dubois
Jean Luc Dubois, Christophe Duquenne, Wolfgang Holderich: Process For Dehydrating Glycerol To Acrolein. Arkema France, Arkema, Patent Department 26th Floor, June 19, 2008: US20080146852-A1

The present invention relates to a process for manufacturing acrolein by dehydration of glycerol in the presence of molecular oxygen. The reaction is performed in the liquid phase or in the gas phase in the presence of a solid catalyst. The addition of oxygen makes it possible to obtain good glycero ...


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Jean-luc Dubois
Jean Luc Dubois, Christophe Duquenne, Wolfang Holderich, Jacques Kervennal: Process for Dehydrating Glycerol to Acrolein. Arkema France, Arkema, Patent Department 26th Floor, September 4, 2008: US20080214880-A1

The present invention relates to a process for manufacturing acrolein by gas-phase dehydration of glycerol in the presence of strongly acidic solid catalysts with a Hammett acidity H0 of between −9 and −18 and preferably between −10 and −16.


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Dubois Jean Luc, Duquenne Christophe, Hölderlich Wolfgang: Process for dehydrating glycerol to acrolein. Arkema France, Dubois Jean Luc, Duquenne Christophe, Hölderlich Wolfgang, BONNEL Claudine, August 24, 2006: WO/2006/087083 (20 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a process for manufacturing acrolein by dehydration of glycerol in the presence of molecular oxygen. The reaction is performed in the liquid phase or in the gas phase in the presence of a solid catalyst. The addition of oxygen makes it possible to obtain good glycero ...


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Dubois Jean Luc, Duquenne Christophe, Hölderich Wolfgang, Kervennal Jacques: Process for dehydrating glycerol to acrolein. Arkema France, Dubois Jean Luc, Duquenne Christophe, Hölderich Wolfgang, Kervennal Jacques, BONNEL Claudine, August 24, 2006: WO/2006/087084 (14 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a process for manufacturing acrolein by gas-phase dehydration of glycerol in the presence of strongly acidic solid catalysts with a Hammett acidity H0 of between -9 and -18 and preferably between -10 and -16.


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Dubois Jean Luc, Duquenne Christophe, Hoelderich Wolfgang, Kervennal Jacques: Process for dehydrating glycerol to acrolein. Arkema France, October 31, 2007: EP1848681-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

Preparation of an acrolein comprises dehydration of glycerol in gas phase, in the presence of a solid, strong acid catalyst having Hammett acidity Ho of -9 to -18.


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Xiaofei Ye: Glycerol dehydration methods and products thereof. University of Tennessee Research Foundation, Jenkins Wilson Taylor & Hunt P A, October 24, 2017: US09796648

Methods and systems for suppressing coking in dehydration reactions catalyzed by solid acids. Dehydration reactions catalyzed by one or more solid acid catalysts can be performed in the presence of a super critical carbon dioxide medium which prevents or minimizes coking of the solid acid catalysts. ...


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DUBOIS JEAN LUC, DUQUENNE CHRISTOPHE, HOLDERICH WOLFGANG: Process for dehydrating glycerol to acrolein, Prozess zur Dehydrierung von Glycerol zu Acrolein, Procédé pour déshydrater le glycérol en acroléine. ARKEMA FRANCE, October 19, 2011: EP2377842-A1

The present invention relates to a process for manufacturing acrolein by dehydration of glycerol in the presence of molecular oxygen. The reaction is performed in the liquid phase or in the gas phase in the presence of a solid catalyst. The addition of oxygen makes it possible to obtain good glycero ...


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