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Industrial Arene Chemistry

Markets, Technologies, Sustainable Processes and Case Studies of Aromatic Commodities

Mortier, Jacques (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage April 2023
2416 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-3-527-34784-1
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PART 1: The Markets of Aromatic Commodities
The Fossil-based BTX Market
The Downstream Functional Aromatics Market
Crude Oil-to-Chemicals (COTC). Industry Development and Strategic Implications
PART 2: BTX, Naphthalene and Higher Aromatics from Fossil-based Sources
BTX from Light Hydrocarbons
BTX Aromatics from Naphtha Hydrocarbons
BTX from Heavier Material than Naphtha
BTX Aromatics from Other Conversion Processes
Bi and Tri-nuclear Aromatic Production
Aromatics Extraction System
The Honeywell UOP CCR Platforming(TM) Process for BTX Production
The Honeywell UOP Parex(TM) Process : Fifty Years of Growth for the Petrochemical Industry
Forty Years of Xylenes Isomerization Technology Deployment at ExxonMobil
ExxonMobil PxMax(SM) Process. Production of Paraxylene
BP/Amoco Paraxylene Crystallization Technology
The Honeywell UOP Tatoray Process: Maximizing Feed Utilization for Aromatics Production
The Honeywell UOP MX Sorbex Process: Enabling Growth of PET Resin Applications
PART 3: Aromatics from Methanol and Synthesis Gas
Methanol-to-Aromatic Compounds (MTA) Process
Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide for Aromatics Production
PART 4. The Chemistry of Downstream Functional Aromatics - 4.1. Alkylation
Homogeneous Friedel-Crafts Alkylation
Heterogeneous Friedel-Crafts Alkylation
Badger Ethylbenzene Technology
Exelus Styrene Monomer (ExSyM) Process
Cumene Chemistry at INEOS Phenol GmbH
Linear Alkylbenzenes: An Overview of the Commercial HF and Detal(TM) Process Unit Alkylation Technology
Direct Methylation of Benzene with Methane Catalyzed by Metal-loaded Zeolites
PART 4. The Chemistry of Downstream Functional Aromatics - 4.2. Acylation and Carboxylation
Acylation of Arenes and Heteroarenes
Carboxylation Reaction Based on the Direct and Indirect Use of CO2: Sustainable Syntheses of C-CO2, O-CO2, and N-CO2 Bonds
PART 4. The Chemistry of Downstream Functional Aromatics - 4.3. Reduction of Aromatic Nuclei
Homogeneously-Catalyzed Aromatic Reduction
Heterogeneously-Catalyzed Aromatic Reduction
Partial Hydrogenation of Benzene
Cyclohexane Process: An overview of the Axens Technology
The Fibrant Hydranone(R) and HPO(plusR) Processes for Cyclohexanone and e-Caprolactam Production
Hexamoll(R) DINCH, a Non-Phthalate Plasticizer by BASF
Storage of Hydrogen in Reversible Aromatic Organic Liquids
PART 4. The Chemistry of Downstream Functional Aromatics - 4.4. Oxidation
Catalytic Aromatic Oxidations
Oxidation of o-Xylene and Naphthalene to Phthalic Anhydride
Oxidation of o-Xylene and Naphthalene to Phthalic Anhydride ? Catalyst Development
Oxidation of Metaxylene to Isophthalic Acid
Ethylbenzene Dehydrogenation to Styrene
Badger?s Styrene Monomer Production Technology
BP-Amoco Mid-Century Process for Terephthalic Acid Production
Spray Reactor for Terephthalic Acid Production
Phenol Chemistry at INEOS Phenol GmbH
The MEXEO Bisphenol A (BPA) Technology
Direct Hydroxylation of Benzene to Phenol
Aromatic Oxidation Technologies at Eni/Versalis
PART 4. The Chemistry of Downstream Functional Aromatics - 4.5. Nitration/Amination
The NORAM Process for the Production of Mononitrobenzene (MNB)
The Josef Meissner Process for the Manufacture of Nitroaromatics ? on the Way to Sustainability
The Production of Aniline at Dow Chemical
Methylene Diphenyl Diisocyanate (MDI) and Toluene Diisocyanate (TDI) Monomers
The Production of Methylene Diphenyl Diisocyanate (MDI) and Toluene Diisocyanate (TDI) at Wanhua Chemical Group
PART 4. The Chemistry of Downstream Functional Aromatics - 4.6. Sulfonation
Alkylbenzene Sulfonation Technologies at Desmet Ballestra
Sulfonated Aromatic Polymers and Copolymers for Membrane Engineering
Green Sulfonation
PART 4. The Chemistry of Downstream Functional Aromatics - 4.7. Halogenation
Fluoroarenes
Chloroaromatics: Advances in Synthesis and Applications
Bromo- and Iodoaromatics
Aromatic Halogenation at WeylChem GmbH
PART 5. Sustainable Aromatics Production and Technology - 5.1. Biobased Aromatics
Biobased BTX from Lignin
Biobased Aromatics from Carbohydrates
Biobased Aromatics from Lipids and Fatty Acids
Biobased Paraxylene
Biobased Terephthalic Acid
Naturally Occurring Phenolic Sources for Industrial Applications
PART 5. Sustainable Aromatics Production and Technology - 5.2. Recycling Polymers
Chemical Recycle of PET
Chemical Recycling of PET Polymers at Ioniqa Technologies
Used Plastics Recycling for the Production of Circular Aromatics and Olefins. The SABIC TRUCIRCLE(TM) Technology
Chemical Recycling of Polystyrene: From Post-Consumer Polystyrene Waste to High Quality Polystyrene Product
Jacques Mortier, PhD, is Professor of Organic Chemistry at Le Mans University (former University of Maine) in France, where he teaches classes on Industrial Organic Chemistry and Reaction Mechanisms in Aromatic and Heteroaromatic Chemistry. Dr. Mortier started his career as a research chemist in the crop protection industry. At Le Mans University, his research is focused on various topics dealing with polar organometallics, directed aromatic metalation methodologies, and the study of reaction mechanisms. He has extensive experience as a consultant for the chemical industry. In recognition of his research expertise, he was distinguished as a member of the University Institute of France (IUF).