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Selective Metathesis of α-Olefins from Bio-Sourced Fischer–Tropsch Feeds

The search for a low-cost process for the valorization of linear α-olefins combining high productivity and high selectivity is a longstanding goal for chemists. Herein, we report a soluble ruthenium olefin metathesis catalyst that performs the conversion of linear α-olefins to longer internal linear olefins with high selectivity (>99%) under neat conditions at low loadings (50 ppm) and without the need of expensive additives. This robust catalytic process allowed us to efficiently and selectively re-equilibrate the naphtha fraction (C5–C8) of a Fischer–Tropsch feed derived from non-petroleum resources to a higher-value product range (C9–C14), useful as detergent and plasticizer precursors

This work was supported by the European Community through the seventh framework program (CP-FP 211468-2 EUMET, grant to M.R., L.F., and E.B.). M.M. thanks the CNRS, the ENSCR, Rennes Métropole, and the Région-Bretagne for their financial support. A.P. thanks the Spanish MINECO for project CTQ2014- 59832-JIN, and L.C. acknowledges funding from the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)

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Author: Rouen, Mathieu
Queval, Pierre
Borré, Etienne
Falivene, Laura
Poater Teixidor, Albert
Berthod, Mikaël
Hugues, François
Cavallo, Luigi
Baslé, Olivier
Olivier-Bourbigou, Hélène
Mauduit, Marc
Date: 2016 October 14
Abstract: The search for a low-cost process for the valorization of linear α-olefins combining high productivity and high selectivity is a longstanding goal for chemists. Herein, we report a soluble ruthenium olefin metathesis catalyst that performs the conversion of linear α-olefins to longer internal linear olefins with high selectivity (>99%) under neat conditions at low loadings (50 ppm) and without the need of expensive additives. This robust catalytic process allowed us to efficiently and selectively re-equilibrate the naphtha fraction (C5–C8) of a Fischer–Tropsch feed derived from non-petroleum resources to a higher-value product range (C9–C14), useful as detergent and plasticizer precursors
This work was supported by the European Community through the seventh framework program (CP-FP 211468-2 EUMET, grant to M.R., L.F., and E.B.). M.M. thanks the CNRS, the ENSCR, Rennes Métropole, and the Région-Bretagne for their financial support. A.P. thanks the Spanish MINECO for project CTQ2014- 59832-JIN, and L.C. acknowledges funding from the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
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Document access: http://hdl.handle.net/10256/14108
Language: eng
Publisher: American Chemical Society (ACS)
Collection: info:eu-repo/semantics/altIdentifier/doi/10.1021/acscatal.6b01428
info:eu-repo/semantics/altIdentifier/issn/2155-5435
info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/MINECO//CTQ2014-59832-JIN/ES/ESCANEO COMPUTACIONAL DE RELACIONES ESTRUCTURA%2FACTIVIDAD DE CATALIZADORES DE OXIDACION DEL AGUA PARA LA GENERACION DE H2/
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Subject: Fischer-Tropsch, Procés
Fischer-Tropsch process
Isomerització
Isomerization
Metàtesi (Química)
Metathesis (Chemistry)
Alquens
Alkenes
Title: Selective Metathesis of α-Olefins from Bio-Sourced Fischer–Tropsch Feeds
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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