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High Pressure Nitration of Toluene Using Nitrogen Dioxide On Zeolite Catalysts

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Nitration of toluene by nitrogen dioxide in the presence of zeolite catalysts was carried out in a high pressure reaction system. Different zeolites (viz. H-ZSM-5, H-mordenite, HY etc.) were used as catalysts. The effects of NO2/toluene molar ratio and the total pressure on the formation of mono- and di-nitrotoluenes were also investigated. The N2-sorption capacity, X-ray diffraction analysis and catalytic activity measurements of the regenerated HY catalyst revealed that the HY catalyst can be reused.

Affiliations: 1: Département de Génie Chimique et CERPIC, Université Laval, Québec, Canada G1K 7P4


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