Catalytic Hydrogenation in the Liquid Phase
Keywords:Catalytic hydrogenation, Hydrogen, Metal catalyst, Safety
AbstractCatalytic hydrogenation in the liquid phase is a very common reaction type in the production of fine chemicals and pharmaceuticals. Among the various reaction techniques, it is the slurry technique (stirred tank or venturi type loop reactor) in a semi-batch mode which is most frequently used. General safety aspects of catalytic hydrogenations will be discussed und exemplified for a typical three-phase semi-batch catalytic hydrogenation.
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F. Roessler, Chimia 2003, 57, 791, DOI: 10.2533/000942903777678416.
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