Nitration: Recent Laboratory and Industrial Developments

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Provides a comprehensive overview of N[2O[5 chemistry. Reports electrochemical synthesis of N[2O[5 in nitric acid and isolation of aproptic N[2O[5. Discusses scaling up the synthesis of N[2O[5 in both the laboratory and bulk processes. Presents synthesis of new explosives and propellant ingredients, including cage and heterocyclic compounds and new energetic polymers. Reports non-acidic nitration of compounds using N[2O[5.
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Proceedings of the April 1995 meeting. After an overview of nitration and of changes in the field in the past 20 years, papers discuss theoretical aspects of nitration and the production of polynitro compounds, N2O5 technology, the production and use of N2O5 as a nitrating agent, and industrial aspects of nitration. Specific topics include continuous manufacturing of solid dinitrogen pentoxide, and commercial dinitrotoluene production processes. Of interest to chemists, engineers, administrators, researchers, students, industrial employees, and government workers involved in nitration applications. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780841233935
  • Publisher: American Chemical Society
  • Publication date: 5/28/1996
  • Series: ACS Symposium Series , #623
  • Pages: 296
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Nitration: An Overview of Recent Developments and Processes, L.F. Albright, R.V.C. Carr, and R.J. Schmitt
Role of Protosolvation in Nitrations with Superacidic Systems: The Protonitronium Dication (NO[2H²]+) Identified, G.K. S. Prakash, G. Rasul, A. Burrichter, and G.A. Olah
Nitrocyclohexadienones in Aromatic Nitration, R.G. Coombes, P. Hadjigeorgiou, D.G.J. Jensen, and D.L. Morris
Aromatic Nitration in Liquid Nitrogen Tetroxide Promoted by Metal Acetylacetonates, R. Malhotra and D. S. Ross
Synthesis of 2,5,7,9-Tetranitro-2,5,7,9-tetraazabicyclo[4.3.0]nonanone, H.R. Graindorge, P.A. Lescop, F. Terrier, and M.J. Pouet
Photochemical Chlorocarbonylation: Simple Synthesis of Polynitroadamantanes and Polynitrocubanes, A. Bashir-Hashemi, J. Li, P. R. Dave, and N. Gelber
Isolation of Electrochemically Generated Dinitrogen Pentoxide in a Pure Form and Its Use in Aromatic Nitrations, M.J. Rodgers and P.F. Swinton
Pilot-Plant Scale Continuous Manufacturing of Solid Dinitrogen Pentoxide, T.E. Devendorf and J.R. Stacy
Separation of Dinitrogen Pentoxide from Its Solutions in Nitric Acid, R.D. Chapman and G.D. Smith
Nitrated Hydroxy-Terminated Polybutadiene: Synthesis and Properties, M.E. Colclough and N.C. Paul
Novel Syntheses of Energetic Materials Using Dinitrogen Pentoxide, R.W. Millar, M. E. Colclough, H. Desai, P. Golding, P.J. Honey, N.C. Paul, A.J. Sanderson, and M.J. Stewart
A New Route to Nitramines in Nonacidic Meda, R.W. Millar
Reinvestigation of the Ponzio Reaction for the Preparation of gem-Dinitro Compounds, P.J. Honey, R. W. Millar, and R. G. Coombes
New Nitration and Nitrolysis Procedures in the Synthesis of Energetic Materials, P.F. Pagoria, A.R. Mitchell, R.D. Schmidt, C.L. Coon, and E.S. Jessop
Flow Reactor Nitrations Using Dinitrogen Pentoxide, N.C. Paul
Modeling to Gain Insight into Thermal Decomposition of Dinitrotoluene, J.L. Case, R.V.C. Carr, and M.S. Simpson
Removal and Destruction of Tetranitromethane from Nitric Acid, T.L. Guggenheim, C.M. Evans, R.R. Odle, S.M. Fukuyama, and G.L. Warner
Modeling Nitronium Ion Concentrations in HNO[3-H[2SO[4-H[2O Mixtures, L.F. Albright, M.K. Sood, and R.E. Eckert
Commercial Dinitrotoluene Production Process, A.B. Quakenbush, and B.T. Pennington
Recent Advances in the Technology of Mononitrobenzene Manufacture, A.A. Guenkel and T.W. Maloney
Industrial Nitration of Toluene to Dinitrotoluene: Requirements of a Modern Facility for the Production of Dinitrotoluene, H. Hermann, J. Gebauer, and P. Konieczny
Practical Considerations in Concentration and Recovery of Nitration-Spent Acids, C.M. Evans

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