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Jean-luc Dubois
Jean Luc Dubois, Yasuhiro Magatani, Kimito Okumura: Process for manufacturing acrolein or acrylic acid from glycerin. Arkema France, Lynn B Morreale, August 28, 2012: US08252960 (3 worldwide citation)

The subject of the present invention is a process for preparing acrolein by dehydration of glycerin, characterized in that the dehydration is carried out in the presence of a catalyst comprising mainly a compound in which protons in a heteropolyacid are exchanged at least partially with at least one ...


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Jean-luc Dubois
Jean Luc Dubois, Yasuhiro Magatani, Kimoto Okumura: Process for manufacturing acrolein or acrylic acid from glycerin. Arkema France, June 30, 2011: US20110160491-A1

The subject of the present invention is a process for preparing acrolein by dehydration of glycerin, characterized in that the dehydration is carried out in the presence of a catalyst comprising mainly a compound in which protons in a heteropolyacid are exchanged at least partially with at least one ...


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Dubois Jean Luc, Magatani Yasuhiro, Okumura Kimito: Process for manufacturing acrolein or acrylic acid from glycerin. Arkema France, Dubois Jean Luc, Magatani Yasuhiro, Okumura Kimito, KOSHIBA Takashiet al, October 22, 2009: WO/2009/128555 (5 worldwide citation)

The subject of the present invention is a process for preparing acrolein by dehydration of glycerin, characterized in that the dehydration is carried out in the presence of a catalyst comprising mainly a compound in which protons in a heteropolyacid are exchanged at least partially with at least one ...


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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, Magatani Yasuhiro, Okumura Kimito: Process for manufacturing acrolein or acrylic acid from glycerin. Arkema France, meng huilan lin sen, May 18, 2011: CN200980122378

The subject of the present invention is a process for preparing acrolein by dehydration of glycerin, characterized in that the dehydration is carried out in the presence of a catalyst comprising mainly a compound in which protons in a heteropolyacid are exchanged at least partially with at least one ...


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NOVEL GLYCEROL DEHYDRATION METHODS AND PRODUCTS THEREOF. University of Tennessee Research Foundation, University of Tennessee Research Foundation, March 2, 2017: US20170057898-A1

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. ...