Selective catalytic oxidation of C1-C3 alkenes

David Chadwick (Inventor), Laura Torrente Murciano (Inventor), DOW GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES INC (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Abstract

A process for preparing an oxygenate product by direct conversion of a C1 -C3 alkane in either the gas or liquid phase, by contacting the selected alkane with hydrogen peroxide or a hydroperoxy species in the presence of a gold-based heterogeneous catalyst on a metal oxide support having a morphology of nanotubes, nanofibers, nanowires, or nanorods. The result is efficient conversion under mild conditions. The hydrogen peroxide or hydroperoxy species may themselves be prepared, in situ, by contacting a hydrogen source and oxygen in the presence of the same type of catalyst. The process may be particularly useful in the conversion of methane to methanol.
Original languageEnglish
Patent numberWO 2011051643 (A1)
Publication statusPublished - May 2011

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Alkanes
Catalytic oxidation
Alkenes
Hydrogen Peroxide
Catalysts
Methane
Nanofibers
Nanorods
Catalyst supports
Gold
Oxides
Nanotubes
Nanowires
Methanol
Hydrogen
Gases
Metals
Oxygen
Liquids

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Chadwick, D., Torrente Murciano, L., & DOW GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES INC (2011). Selective catalytic oxidation of C1-C3 alkenes. (Patent No. WO 2011051643 (A1)).

Selective catalytic oxidation of C1-C3 alkenes. / Chadwick, David (Inventor); Torrente Murciano, Laura (Inventor); DOW GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES INC (Inventor).

Patent No.: WO 2011051643 (A1).

Research output: Patent

Chadwick, D, Torrente Murciano, L & DOW GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES INC 2011, Selective catalytic oxidation of C1-C3 alkenes, Patent No. WO 2011051643 (A1).
Chadwick D, Torrente Murciano L, DOW GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES INC, inventors. Selective catalytic oxidation of C1-C3 alkenes. WO 2011051643 (A1). 2011 May.
Chadwick, David (Inventor) ; Torrente Murciano, Laura (Inventor) ; DOW GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES INC (Inventor). / Selective catalytic oxidation of C1-C3 alkenes. Patent No.: WO 2011051643 (A1).
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