Advances in Catalysis and Related Subjects, Volume 9 by W G Frankenberg

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Compare Table I). 2. ) 30. The latter two catalysts were used with methanol as a diluent. 3. The ratio of isomers obtained from the hydrogenation of 2 ,4-dimethylcyclohexene catalyzed by PtOz in methanol is essentially the same at -52 as at 26". 111. DISCUSSION OF RESULTS 1 . The Hydrogenation of the Isomers of Dimethylcyclohexene a. Nonstereospecifi Processes. Each olefin (over platinum oxide in acetic acid) yields a mixture which is always richer in the cis isomer. The 20 SAMUEL SIEGEL A N D MORRIS D U N K E L contrary result reported by Mousseron and Granger (12) for the hydrogenation of 1,3- and 2,4-dimethylcyclohexenesis attributed to their failure to achieve a satisfactory separation of the cis- and trans-1 ,3-dimethylcyclohexanes.

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