November 28, 2011

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Patent Number: US 8053608
Title: Method for producing propylene glycol
Inventor(s): Kouno, Hiroshi; Ozawa, Shuji; Yoshimura, Naritoshi
Patent Assignee(s): Mitsui Chemicals, Inc., Japan
Source: PCT Int. Appl., 40pp. CODEN: PIXXD2
Language: Japanese

Abstract:

Propylene glycol is prepared by catalytically hydrogenating glycerin in the presence of catalysts containing zinc oxide, silica, and at least 1 of Cu and Cu oxide. Thus, glycerin 24, H2O 6, F 10G (50% Cu oxide, 50% Zn oxide) 1.0, E 35S (Cu oxide 67, silica 27, and a binder 6%) 0.20 g were mixed and hydrogenated to 200 degree C to prepare 86.0% propylene glycol at conversion of glycerin 91.1%.

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