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Chornet Esteban, Valsecchi Boris, Avila Yasmin, Nguyen Betty, Lavoie Jean Michel: Production of ethanol from methanol. Enerkem, Chornet Esteban, Valsecchi Boris, Avila Yasmin, Nguyen Betty, Lavoie Jean Michel, SMART PO Box 2999 Station D 900 55 Metcalfe Street Ottawa Ontario K1P 5Y6, September 3, 2009: WO/2009/105860 (109 worldwide citation)

A process for converting methanol to ethanol which comprises reacting methanol and carbon monoxide in the presence of a catalyst to produce a product comprising at least 25 mole% methyl acetate and, in some instances, acetic acid. The acetic acid then is reacted with at least one alcohol to produce ...


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Jiang Jen Lin, John F Knifton: Production of ethanol from methanol and synthesis gas. Texaco, Jack H Park, Carl G Ries, Walter D Hunter, October 11, 1983: US04409405 (23 worldwide citation)

Ethanol is formed by contacting a mixture of carbon monoxide, hydrogen and methanol with a catalyst comprising a cobalt-containing compound and a germanium-containing compound, such as dicobalt octacarbonyl and triphenylgermanium hydride in the presence of an inert, oxygenated hydrocarbon solvent at ...


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Rocco A Fiato: Homologation process for the production of ethanol from methanol. Union Carbide Corporation, Stanley Ktorides, November 11, 1980: US04233466 (19 worldwide citation)

A process for producing ethanol from the reaction of methanol, hydrogen and carbon monoxide catalyzed by a phosphine-iodine promoted cobalt-ruthenium catalyst, the improvement of maintaining the phosphine to halide ratio and concentration within a critical range, and whereby the concentration of pho ...


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William E Slinkard, Anthony B Baylis: Production of ethanol from methanol. Celanese Corporation, Stewart N Rice, Ralph M Pritchett, September 18, 1979: US04168391 (17 worldwide citation)

An improvement in the process wherein carbon monoxide and hydrogen are reacted in the liquid phase in the presence of a cobalt carbonyl catalyst whereby increased amounts of ethanol may be produced, which improvement comprises conducting the reaction in the presence of a non-polar, substantially ine ...


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Rocco A Fiato: Homologation process for the production of ethanol from methanol. Union Carbide Corporation, Stanley Ktorides, March 3, 1981: US04253987 (15 worldwide citation)

A process for producing ethanol from the reaction of methanol, hydrogen and carbon monoxide catalyzed by a phosphine-iodine promoted cobalt-ruthenium catalyst, the improvement of maintaining the phosphine to halide ratio and concentration within a critical range, and whereby the concentration of pho ...


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Esteban Chornet, Boris Valsecchi, Yasmin Avila, Betty Nguyen, Jean Michel Lavoie: Production of ethanol from methanol. Enerkem, Elliot M Olstein, Raymond J Lillie, December 20, 2011: US08080693 (8 worldwide citation)

A process for converting methanol to ethanol which comprises reacting methanol and carbon monoxide in the presence of a catalyst to produce a product comprising at least 25 mole % methyl acetate and, in some instances, acetic acid. The acetic acid then is reacted with at least one alcohol to produce ...


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Cornils Boy Dr Dipl Chem, Frohning Carl Dieter Dr Dipl C, Diekhaus Gerhard Dr Dipl Chem, Wiebus Ernst, Bahrmann Helmut Dr Dipl Chem: Process for the production of ethanol from methanol.. Ruhrchemie, May 19, 1982: EP0051859-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

Ethanol und Propanol werden nebeneinander durch Umsetzung von Methanol mit Kohlenmonoxid und Wasserstoff bei 150 bis 250 DEG C und Drucken von 200 bis 600 bar erhalten. Die Reaktion erfolgt in Gegenwart von Katalysatoren, die eine Kobaltverbindung, eine Rutheniumverbindung, Jod oder ein Jodid und ei ...


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Esteban Chornet, Boris Valsecchi, Yasmin Avila, Betty Nguyen, Jean Michel Lavoie: Production of ethanol from methanol. Enerkem, Elliot M Olstein, Raymond J Lillie, May 7, 2013: US08436215 (1 worldwide citation)

A process for converting methanol to ethanol which comprises reacting methanol and carbon monoxide in the presence of a catalyst to produce a product comprising at least 25 mole % methyl acetate and, in some instances, acetic acid. The acetic acid then is reacted with at least one alcohol to produce ...


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Lin Jiang Jen, Knifton John Frederick: Production of ethanol from methanol and synthesis gas.. Texaco Development, March 20, 1985: EP0134324-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Ethanol is formed by contacting a mixture of carbon monoxide, hydrogen and methanol with a catalyst comprising a cobalt-containing compound and a germanium-containing compound, such as dicobalt octacarbonyl and triphenylgermanium hydride in the presence of an inert, oxygenated hydrocarbon solvent at ...



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