Polymer precursors from catalytic reactions of natural oils

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FURST, Marc R. L., Ronan Le GOFF, Dorothee QUINZLER, Stefan MECKING, Catherine H. BOTTING, David J. COLE-HAMILTON, 2012. Polymer precursors from catalytic reactions of natural oils. In: Green Chem.. 14(2), pp. 472-477. ISSN 1463-9262. Available under: doi: 10.1039/C1GC16094J

@article{Furst2012Polym-18701, title={Polymer precursors from catalytic reactions of natural oils}, year={2012}, doi={10.1039/C1GC16094J}, number={2}, volume={14}, issn={1463-9262}, journal={Green Chem.}, pages={472--477}, author={Furst, Marc R. L. and Goff, Ronan Le and Quinzler, Dorothee and Mecking, Stefan and Botting, Catherine H. and Cole-Hamilton, David J.} }

2012-03-20T10:53:29Z Dimethyl 1,19-nonadecanedioate is produced from the methoxycarbonylation of commercial olive, rapeseed or sunflower oils in the presence of a catalyst derived from [Pd<sub>2</sub>(dba)<sub>3</sub>], bis(ditertiarybutylphosphinomethyl)benzene (BDTBPMB) and methanesulphonic acid (MSA). The diester is then hydrogenated to 1,19-nonadecanediol using Ru/1,1,1-tris-(diphenylphosphinemethyl)ethane (triphos). 1,19-Nonadecadienoic acid is hydrogenated to short chain oligoesters, which can themselves be hydrogenated to 1,19-nonadecanol by hydrogenation in the presence of water. Quinzler, Dorothee Botting, Catherine H. Quinzler, Dorothee Mecking, Stefan First publ. in: Green Chemistry ; 14 (2012), 2. - S. 472-477 Furst, Marc R. L. 2012 Mecking, Stefan Furst, Marc R. L. Botting, Catherine H. Goff, Ronan Le Cole-Hamilton, David J. terms-of-use eng Cole-Hamilton, David J. 2012-03-20T10:53:29Z Polymer precursors from catalytic reactions of natural oils Goff, Ronan Le

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