Hydrogenation of benzene to cyclohexane catalyzed by rhodium(I) complex supported on montmorillonite clay

  title={Hydrogenation of benzene to cyclohexane catalyzed by rhodium(I) complex supported on montmorillonite clay},
  author={Shivappa B. Halligudi and Hari C Bajaj and K. N. Bhatt and M. Krishnaratnam},
  journal={Reaction Kinetics and Catalysis Letters},
Abstract[Rh(I)PPh3]+ intercelated in the interlamellars of montmorillonite clay catalyzes the hydrogenation of benzene to cyclohexane at 70°C and 20 atm hydrogen pressure.Abstract[Rh(I)PPh3)]+, добавленный к прослойкам глины монтморил-лонита, катализирет гидрирование бензола до циклогек-сана при 70°C и давлении водорода −20 атм. 

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