Pratt, "Hock cleavage of cholesterol-5[alpha]-hydroperoxide: an ozone-free pathway to the cholesterol ozonolysis
products identified in arterial plague and brain tissue," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
leads to creation of superficial polar bonds, with a significant content of oxygen.
was selected as the key methodology in part because it is a relatively benign process that uses a reagent found in the air, produces only oxygen as a byproduct, and is a solvent-less reaction, according to Rick Heggs, senior marketing manager at Battelle.
The mechanism of ozonolysis
(Figure 1) was described by Criegee in 1975 .
We hypothesized that the use of full spectrum UV photolysis and ozonolysis
together would result in a synergistic effect.
The research, "Effect of ozonolysis
on bioconversion of miscanthus to bioethanol," was presented June 23 at the 2010 Annual International Meeting of the American Society for Agricultural and Biological Engineers in Pittsburgh, PA.
Chapters cover kinetics and mechanisms of ozone reactions with organic and polymeric compounds in the liquid phase, ozonolysis
of oxygen-containing organic compounds, ozonolysis
of alkenes in liquid phase, degradation and stabilization of rubber, and quantum chemical calculations of ozonolysis
of organic compounds.
byproducts are removed by adsorption on activated carbon in this process, removing almost all impurities from ethanol.
Decolorization and degradation products of melanoidins on ozonolysis
pentane, carbon tetrachloride) provide an opportunity to produce and study typical oxidation products of ozonolysis
, such as ozonide .
Specifically FT-Raman, FT-IR and ICP-AES are used to study the dental resins as well as the by products of ozonolysis
The next standard reaction for this type of cleavage reaction is an ozonolysis
reaction, which was attempted, but again, the olefin proved unreactive.