OXIDATIVE AMMONOLYSIS OF β- AND γ-PICOLINE ON MODIFIED VANADIUM-TITANIUM OXIDE CATALYSTS
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Keywords

β-picoline
γ-picoline
oxidative ammonolysis
nicotinonitrile
isonicotinonitrile
catalysts
modification

Abstract

The modifying effect of chromium (III), tin (IV) and iron (III) oxide additives to the binary V-Ti-oxide system in the reaction of oxidative ammonolysis of β- and γ-picolines was investigated. Relation of the studied oxide systems catalytic activity on the calculated values of proton affinity for the vanadyl oxygen of their surface, which is involved in the deprotonation of methyl substituents converted to a nitrile group, has been established.

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