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Extractive and Phase Switching Hydrolysis in Chemical Process Development.

kilomentor | 14 March, 2009 12:26

The Kilomentor Blog is now being continued and updated at www.kilomentor.com This particular article appears at http://www.kilomentor.com/2009/03/extractive-and-phase-switching-hydrolysis-in-chemical-process-development

 

 

 

 

Comments

sulfur removal

pashu | 15/04/2009, 20:38

We are performing sufur based aromatizatiion on a 1,3 cyclohexadiene derivative. strongly feel that we are unable to remove the residual sulfur completely. This lowers down the assay of the final material. Kindly request to send your expert comments on how to remove the sulfur impurity

To Pashu

kilomentor | 20/04/2009, 13:18

I am not an expert on removing sulfur from a product. I do know that colloidal sulfur can be a problem in mixture with an organic substance. It would seem to me that the simplest approach would be to mix with an inorganic reactive material like zinc dust. This can be expected to convert elemental sulfur to zinc sulfide and residual zinc dust. The organc product should be easily removed from these organic insoluble materials.

Re: Extractive and Phase Switching Hydrolysis in Chemical Process Development.

pashu | 27/04/2009, 23:32

thanks a lot kilomentor

 
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