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However, there has been a resurgence of coalbased processes in countries with high reserves of coal and so this process now accounts for a major part of VCM synthesis. 5 bar : CH2 ClCH2 Cl ! CH2 ¼ CHCl þ HCl ð1:13Þ Under these conditions, the yield is in the range 50–60%, but industrially VCM can be separated by fractional distillation, and recycling 1,2-dichloroethane enables an overall yield above 98% to be achieved, making this process one of the most efﬁcient available. j References 25 Finally, the third industrial route is the so-called balance process .
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E) nd: no metallic Au particle was found in the high-resolution TEM image. j31 32 j 2 Gold-Catalyzed Reduction Reactions amounts of Au3 þ species. 23% Au catalysts, both containing similar amounts of cationic gold but different nuclearity, is made). In a subsequent paper , these authors also reported the behavior of this set of catalysts for the oxidation of CO, suggesting that while isolated Au3 þ is the most active species for the hydrogenation of 1,3-butadiene, the activity of the transformation of CO to CO2 may be controlled by the Au3 þ : Au0 ratio, and they estimated an optimum result when one-quarter of the Au sites remain as cationic species.