Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds

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Oxidative dehydrogenation of alkylheteroaromatic compounds 1. Catalysts containing vanadium and molybdenum for the oxidative dehydrogenation of alkylpyridines

  • I. P. Belomestnykh
  • N. N. Rozhdestvenskaya
  • G. V. Isagulyants


The dehydrogenation of a series of alkylpyrïdines has been studied on vanadium and molybdenum oxide-containing catalysts in the presence of oxygen of the air and sulfur dioxide gas. A dependence was shown of the catalytic and physicochemical properties of the catalysts indicated on their composition and method of preparation. The optimum catalyst composition and the conditions of carrying out the reaction to provide high activity and selectivity when making vinylpyridines were determined. The relative reactivity of the alkylpyridines investigated on dehydrogenation and further oxidation was determined.


Oxidation Oxygen Sulfur Dioxide Organic Chemistry 
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  • I. P. Belomestnykh
  • N. N. Rozhdestvenskaya
  • G. V. Isagulyants

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