Catalytic hydrogenolysis of saccharides : Part I. Qualitative and quantitative methods for the identification and determination of the reaction products

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Ling van, G. and Ruijterman, C. and Vlugter, J.C. (1967) Catalytic hydrogenolysis of saccharides : Part I. Qualitative and quantitative methods for the identification and determination of the reaction products. Carbohydrate Research, 4 (5). pp. 380-386. ISSN 0008-6215

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Abstract:The numerous, chemical reactions (hydrolysis, cracking, hydrogenation), occurring during the catalytic hydrogenolysis of saccharides, result in a ulticomponent mixture, consisting mainly of polyhydric alcohols. These alcohols, in general, have high boiling points and a poor thermostability. Separation of the individual components by high-vacuum distillation requires a relatively high temperature that causes dehydration, condensation, and charring. Qualitative paper chromatographic and quantitative gas-liquid chromatographic methods of analysis have therefore been developed; these provide useful tools for further studies on reaction mechanisms and reaction kinetics of the hydrogenolysis of saccharides.
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Copyright:© 1967 Elsevier Science
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/publications/68098
Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0008-6215(00)80195-0
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