August 13, 2012

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Patent Number: US 8212066
Title: Process for manufacture of diaryl carbonates having improved convertibility, selectivity, and yield
Inventor(s): Huang, Zhen Wei; Chang, Chih Wei; Tsai, Chia Jung
Patent Assignee(s): China Petrochemical Development Corporation, Taiwan
Source: U.S. Pat. Appl. Publ., 5pp. CODEN: USXXCO
Language: English

Abstract:
The title process, which is to synthesize diaryl carbonates by oxidative carbonylation of phenols with carbon monoxide and oxygen, is characterized in that a catalytic system comprising a metal halide catalyst and one or more cocatalysts of nitrogenous heterocyclic compds. is used to increase the convertibility, selectivity and yield of this catalytic reaction. An above process for preparation of di-Ph carbonate in presence of a 1:1 PdCl2 and 3,6-diaminocarbazole (I) mixture catalyst resulted a convertibility 10.4%, selectivity 100.0%, and yield 10.4%; vs., 5.9, 98.9, and 5.8, resp., without the I.

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