Effect of benzothiophene on tetralin hydrogenation over supported rhodium catalyst in supercritical carbon dioxide solvent
The hydrogenation behavior of tetralin in the presence and absence of benzothiophene was studied over a charcoal-supported rhodium catalyst in supercritical carbon dioxide solvent. The catalyst activity, as well ascis-decalin selectivity, decreased in the presence of benzothiophene.
KeywordsSupercritical carbon dioxide hydrogenation tetralin cis-decalin
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