Catalysis by Boschke F.L.

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T 1) Trapnell, B. M. : The Parahydrogen and Orthodeuterium Conversions and the Hydrogen-Deuterium Exchange. Catalysis, Vol. III (ed. Paul H. Emmett), p. 1. New York: Reinhold 1955. : Heterogene Ortho- und Parawasserstoffkatalyse. Handb. Katalyse, Vol. VI (ed. -M. Schwab). Heterogene Katalyse III, p. 1. Wien: Springer Verlag 1943. : ~ b e r die paramagnetische Umwandlung yon Para-Orthowasserstoff III. Z. Phys. Chem. B23, 28 (1933). : Ober die homogene Katalyse der Para-Orthowasserstoffumwandlung unter Einwirkung paramagnetischer Molekiile I, II.

An abundance of data and mechanistic studies by several groups of investigators have indicated the reaction proceeds by two unsaturated pairs of carbon atoms combining in a four-center transition state which dissociates by breaking the opposite set of bonds to form the new olefins. The initial catalysts disclosed for olefin disproportionation were of the heterogeneous type: molybdenum and tungsten hexacarbonyls and oxides supported on alumina 1-3). Homogeneous catalyst systems active for dispro.

Reactivity of Electron Donor-Acceptor Complexes. Part. 8. Exchange Reaction of Hydrogen between Various Phthalocyanine EDA Complexes and Acetylene or Molecular Hydrogen. Trans. Faraday Soc. 63, 1215 (1967). 34) _ Reactivity of Electron Donor-Acceptor Complexes. Part. 6. Hydrogen Exchange of Aromatic Cyano-Substituted Compounds. Trans. Faraday Soc. 63, 997 (1967). : Catalytic Behavior of Organic Semiconductors. Hydrogen Exchange on Aromatic-Alkali-Metal Charge-Transfer Complexes. J. Catalysis 11, 143 (1968).

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