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Mono-olefins : chemistry and technology

Author: Friedrich Asinger; B J Hazzard
Publisher: Oxford, England : Pergamon Press, 1968. ©1968
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Mono-Olefins: Chemistry and Technology is a translation from the German and deals with the study of olefins from low ethylene to hexenes and olefins from the high hexenes to eicosenes. The book describes the gaseous or low-boiling olefins and the higher, normally liquid olefins (which have only a minor role in applications in the chemical industry). The olefins are considered important as they are added in the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Asinger, Friedrich.
Mono-olefins : chemistry and technology.
Oxford, England : Pergamon Press, ©1968
xxiii, 1167 pages
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Friedrich Asinger; B J Hazzard
ISBN: 9781483160962 1483160963
OCLC Number: 896843962
Description: 1 online resource (1196 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Front Cover; Mono-Olefins:Chemistry and Technology; Copyright Page; PREFACE TO THE ENGLISH EDITION; Table of Contents; CHAPTER 1. Mono-olefins Necessarily Arising in Various Processes; 1. Introduction; II. The gaseous or low-boiling olefins; III. The gaseous mono-olefins; IV. The higher olefins; CHAPTER 2. The Direct Preparation of the Olefins; I. Introduction; II. The dehydrogenation of gaseous paraffinic hydrocarbons; III. The direct manufacture of gaseous olefins by the pyrolysis of lower and higher aliphatic hydrocarbons. IV. The direct manufacture of gaseous olefins by the pyrolysis of higher hydrocarbons, particularly petroleum and its fractions, without the simultaneous production of aromatic hydrocarbonsV. The direct manufacture of the gaseous olefins by the pyrolysis of aliphatic hydrocarbons, particularly petroleum and its fractions, with the simultaneous production of aromatic hydrocarbons; VI. The manufacture of ethylene by the partial hydrogenation of acetylene; VII. The manufacture of the lower olefins by the catalytic dehydration of alcohols. VIII. The manufacture of the higher olefins for their own sakeCHAPTER 3. The Concentration or Isolation of Olefins from Olefin-Containing Gases; I. General; II. The distillation processes; III. The concentration of aliphatic gaseous hydrocarbons and their separation according to C-number by the compression-absorption process (pressure oil wash); IV. The removal of hydrocarbons from hydrocarbon-poor gases and their separation according to C-number continuously by the adsorption process; CHAPTER 4. The Manufacture of High-Efficiency Carburettor Fuels; I. Introduction. II. The thermal and catalytic cracking of petroleum and its fractionsCHAPTER 5. The Working Up of Lower, Normally Gaseous, Paraffins and Mono-Olefins to give Carburettor Fuels; I. Introduction; II. The polymerization of olefins to give carburettor fuels; III. The alkylation of the paraffins with olefins; IV. Reaction mechanism of the thermal and catalytic polymerization, cracking, alkylation, and isomerization processes; CHAPTER 6. The Chlorination of the Olefins; I. General (additive and substitutive chlorination); II. The relationship between substitutive and additive chlorination. III. Substitutive chlorinationIV. The additive chlorination of the olefins; CHAPTER 7. The Hydration of Olefins to Alcohols; I. Hydration by means of sulphuric acid; II. The direct hydration of the olefins to alcohols with fixed-bed catalysts; III. The industrial uses of ethanol; IV. The manufacture of isopropanol by the hydration of propene using sulphuric acid; V. The direct hydration of propene by passing it with steam over fixed tungsten catalysts; VI. The dehydrogenation to ketones of the secondary alcohols obtainable by hydrating olefins; VII. The sulphation of the higher olefins.
Responsibility: by F. Asinger ; translated by B.J. Hazzard.

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Mono-Olefins: Chemistry and Technology is a translation from the German and deals with the study of olefins from low ethylene to hexenes and olefins from the high hexenes to eicosenes. The book describes the gaseous or low-boiling olefins and the higher, normally liquid olefins (which have only a minor role in applications in the chemical industry). The olefins are considered important as they are added in the distillation of off-gases in refineries. Although the liquid olefins are used sparingly, these are needed to manufacture lubricants, synthetic detergents, and the higher aliphatic alcoh.

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