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Number: 568/912
Name: Organic compounds -- part of the class 532-570 series > Organic compounds (class 532, subclass 1) > Oxygen containing (e.g., perchlorylbenzene, etc.) > Hydroxy containing (h of -oh may be replaced by a group ia or iia light metal) > Acyclic > Preparing by oxidation > Boron containing catalyst utilized
Description: Processes wherein a catalyst containing boron, in any form, is utilized.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5235117 Process for the preparation of boric oxide by hydrolysis of methyl borate and its use in the oxidation of alcohol-saturated hydrocarbons Aug. 10, 1993
4203927 Olefin oxidation process May. 20, 1980
4058565 Process for oxidizing hydrocarbons Nov. 15, 1977
3946077 Process for oxidating hydrocarbons Mar. 23, 1976











 
 
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