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Jones Mark E, Olken Michael M, Hickman Daniel A: A process for the conversion of ethylene to vinyl chloride, and novel catalyst compositions useful for such process. Dow Chemical, September 4, 2002: EP1235772-A1 (27 worldwide citation)

An oxidative halogenation process involving contacting a hydrocarbon, for example, ethylene, or a halogenated hydrocarbon with a source of halogen, such as hydrogen chloride, and a source of oxygen in the presence of a catalyst so as to form a halocarbon, preferably a chlorocarbon, having a greater ...


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Mark E Jones, Michael M Olken, Daniel A Hickman: Process for the conversion of ethylene to vinyl chloride and novel catalyst compositions useful for such process. The Dow Chemical Company, June 21, 2005: US06909024 (26 worldwide citation)

This invention is a process for producing vinyl chloride from an ethylene-containing feed, oxygen, and a chlorine source in the presence of a catalyst. The process permits direct production of vinyl chloride in a single reactor system, and further permits ethane to be used as the C2 hydrocarbon feed ...


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Jones Mark E, Olken Michael M, Hickman Daniel A: Procede de conversion dethylene en chlorure de vinyle, et compositions catalytiques utiles dans ce procede, A process for the conversion of ethylene to vinyl chloride, and novel catalyst compositions useful for such process. The Dow Chemical Company, Dow Global Technologies, SMART & BIGGAR, August 18, 2009: CA2391582

This invention is a process for producing vinyl chloride from an ethylene-containing feed, oxygen, and a chlorine source in the presence of a catalyst. The process permits direct production of vinyl chloride in a single reactor system, and further permits ethane to be used as the C2 hydrocarbon feed ...


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Mark E Jones, Daniel A Hickman, Michael M Olken: Process for the conversion of ethylene to vinyl chloride, and novel catalyst compositions useful for such process. The Dow Chemical Company, July 7, 2005: US20050148805-A1

This invention is a process for producing vinyl chloride from an ethylene-containing feed, oxygen, and a chlorine source in the presence of a catalyst. The process permits direct production of vinyl chloride in a single reactor system, and further permits ethane to be used as the C2 hydrocarbon feed ...


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Jones Mark E, Olken Michael M, Hickman Daniel A: A process for the conversion of ethylene to vinyl chloride, and novel catalyst compositions useful for such process. The Dow Chemical Company, Jones Mark E, Olken Michael M, Hickman Daniel A, MILLER William B, May 31, 2001: WO/2001/038273

This invention is a process for producing vinyl chloride from an ethylene-containing feed, oxygen, and a chlorine source in the presence of a catalyst. The process permits direct production of vinyl chloride in a single reactor system, and further permits ethane to be used as the C¿2? hydrocarbon fe ...


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Jones Mark E, Olken Michael M, Hickman Daniel A: A process for the conversion of ethylene to vinyl chloride, and novel catalyst compositions useful for such process. Dow Global Technologies, July 10, 2002: KR1020027006499

This invention is a process for producing vinyl chloride from an ethylene-containing feed, oxygen, and a chlorine source in the presence of a catalyst. The process permits direct production of vinyl chloride in a single reactor system, and further permits ethane to be used as the C2 hydrocarbon feed ...


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