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Dehydrochlorination of Glycerol Dichlorohydrin to Epichlorohydrin

E. Milchert, W. Goc, G. Lewandowski, and J. Myszkowski

Department of Organic Technology, Technical University of Szczecin, PL-70 322 Szczecin

 

Abstract: The composition of the waste after the process of dehydrochlorination and after concentration of the organic and water layer was determined. The conversion of dichloropropanols and selectivity of the reaction to epichlorohydrin, glycerol, and glycidol were calculated. The influence of sodium hydroxide excess on the concentration of glycerol and dichloropropanols in the waste water was also determined.

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Chemical Papers 49 (3) 133–136 (1995)

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