Partial gas-phase oxidation of hydrocarbon gases with an adjustable methanol-to-carbon monoxide ratio in the oxidation products
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Experimental results on the partial oxidation of methane-ethane and C1–C4 alkane gas mixtures are reported. The effect of the parameters of the process on the methanol-to-carbon monoxide ratio in the reaction products is examined and the possibility to control this ratio, important for the subsequent carbonylation of the products, is demonstrated.
Keywordsnatural gas associated gas hydrocarbons partial oxidation oxygenates methanol carbon monoxide
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