EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT REACTION CONDITIONS ON THE SYNTHESIS OF BENZYL ACETATE

Lu Hongjie, Linda Zhang

Abstract


Effects of different reaction conditions such as different water carrying agents, the amount of water carrying agent, the calcination temperature,

the calcination time and the amount of catalysts, the reaction time, the molar ratio of acetic acid to benzyl alcohol, the reaction temperature, the amount and type of catalyst (tris(trimethylsilylmethyl)tin chloride, S2O82- - Fe2O3 – CoO, N-methylpyrrolidone hydrosulfate, FeCl3(<46 %)/carbon, SO42- - ZrO2 - Nd2O3 and strong acid cation exchange resin loaded Fe3+) on the synthesis of benzyl acetate from benzyl alcohol and acetic acid are discussed.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17628/ecb.2013.2.348-351

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