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Title: Biomass transformation: Hydration and isomerization reactions of turpentine oil using ion exchange resins as catalyst
Authors: SALVADOR, VITOR THOMÉ
SILVA, ERICKSON S.
GONÇALVES, PAULO G.C.
Rodrigo Cella
Issue Date: 5-Mar-2020
Abstract: The hydration and isomerization of the biomass turpentine have been studied in the presence of Purolite CT175. The ion exchange resin catalyst was active for hydration and selective for producing terpenic alcohols, with a conversion of 97% and showed 57% selectivity for α-terpineol using heating and stirring. The Purolite CT175-catalyzed isomerization of turpentine taken place in a high intensity ultrasound (HIU) condition; and showed conversion of 90% and 30% selectivity for camphene at 30 min. Recyclability of ion exchange resin was evaluated in both reaction and its activity remained good even after four runs.
Keywords: Biomass feedstock
Camphene
Hydration
Isomerization
Pinene
Terpineol
Journal: SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY AND PHARMACY
Citation: SALVADOR, V. T.; SILVA, E. S.; GONÇALVES, P. G.C.; CELLA, R. Biomass transformation: Hydration and isomerization reactions of turpentine oil using ion exchange resins as catalyst. SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY AND PHARMACY, v. 15, p. 100214, 2020.
Access Type: Acesso Restrito
DOI: 10.1016/j.scp.2020.100214
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