ketonization

ke·to·ni·za·tion

(kē'tō-ni-zā'shŭn),
Conversion into a ketone.
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Liepina et al., "Theoretical study of ketonization reaction mechanism of acetic acid over Si[O.sub.2]," in Proceedings of the 13th International Electronic Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry (ECSOC '09), Riga, Latvia, November 2009.
Comparisons of finding with those obtained for an analogous reductive alkylation system revealed the following: (i) lowering the quinone reduction potential greatly enhances the rate of leaving group elimination (e.g., a 2300-fold increase in the rate of chloride elimination accompanies a 200-mV potential decrease), and (ii) lower potentials favor electrophile trapping (ketonization) over nucleophile trapping of the quinonemethide intermediate [2].