Acrylic Acid and Derivatives

  title={Acrylic Acid and Derivatives},
  author={Takashi Ohara and Takahisa Sato and Noboru Shimizu and G{\"u}nter Dr. Prescher and Helmut Schwind and Otto Weiberg and Klaus Marten and Helmut Greim and Timothy Daniel Shaffer and Partha Nandi},
  journal={Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry},
The article contains sections titled: 1. Acrylic Acid and Esters 1.1. Physical Properties 1.2. Chemical Properties 1.3. Production 1.3.1. Propene Oxidation 1.3.2. Esterification 1.4. Quality Specifications and Analysis 1.5. Storage and Transportation 1.6. Uses 1.7. Some Special Acrylates 1.8. Economic Aspects 1.9. Toxicology and Occupational Health 2. Cyanoacrylates 3. Acrylamide 
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Correlations between odour activity and the structural modifications of acrylates
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Catalysis for the synthesis of methacrylic acid and methyl methacrylate.
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Aldol Condensation Reaction of Methyl Acetate and Formaldehyde Over Cesium Oxide Supported on Silica Gel: An Experimental and Theoretical Study
The catalytic performance of cesium oxide supported on three types of silica gel A-type (A-silica), B-type (B-silica) and C-type (C-silica) was tested for the aldol condensation of methyl acetate
Metabolic engineering of methylotrophic Pichia pastoris for the production of β-alanine
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Dimerization of Acrylic Compounds
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Probing the Regiochemistry of Acrylate Catalytic Insertion Polymerization via Cyclocopolymerization of Allyl Acrylate and Ethylene
When palladium phosphine sulfonate catalysts were used, ethylene and allyl acrylate were copolymerized. The copolymer structure was analyzed by Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy and
Application of Carbonyl Umpolung to Prostaglandin Synthesis, III. Synthesis of 11-deoxy Prostaglandin Synthons
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Toxicity of alkyl 2-cyanoacrylates. I. Peripheral nerve.
THE USE of a tissue adhesive for surgical procedures has long been an appealing possibility. The development of such an adhesive in the form of methyl 2-cyanoacrylate monomer has prompted a large
High Pressure Diels-Alder Reaction of Furan and Methyl Acrylate
Abstract The stereochemistry of the high pressure-induced Diels-Alder reaction of furan and methyl acrylate can be altered by varying the reaction temperature. Changes in solvent, reagent
Lithium promoted mesoporous manganese oxide catalyzed oxidation of allyl ethers
The first example of the catalytic aerobic partial oxidation of allyl ether to its acrylate ester derivative using a Li ion promoted mesoporous manganese oxide under mild conditions is reported.
The chlorination of methyl acrylate in the presence of methanol
Chlorination of methyl acrylate in the presence of methanol has been shown to yield a mixture of methyl αβ-dichloropropionate, methyl α-chloro-β-methoxypropionate, methyl
2-Amino-4-aryl-6-(ω-carboxyalkyl)-5H-pyrrolo[3,4-d]pyrimidin-7-(6H)ones. Preparation via a one-pot synthesis of 1-(ω-carboxyalkyl)-4-carbethoxy-2,3-dioxopyrrolidines
1-(ω-Carboxyalkyl)-4-carboethoxy-2,3-dioxopyrrolidines were prepared by a one-pot synthesis from β-alanine or γ-aminobutyric acid, ethyl acrylate and diethyl oxalate. In a second one-pot process