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Direct methane conversion to methanol by ionic liquid-dissolved platinum catalysts

Cheng, Jihong and Li, Zaiwei and Haught, Mark and Tang, Yongchun (2006) Direct methane conversion to methanol by ionic liquid-dissolved platinum catalysts. Chemical Communications, 2006 (44). pp. 4617-4619. ISSN 1359-7345.

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Ternary systems of inorganic Pt salts and oxides, ionic liquids and concentrated sulfuric acid are effective at catalyzing the direct, selective oxidation of methane to methanol and appear to be more water tolerant than the Catalytica reaction.

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Additional Information:© The Royal Society of Chemistry 2006 Received (in Cambridge, UK) 20th July 2006, Accepted 6th September 2006. First published on the web 26th September 2006. Experimental details included in Supplementary Materials
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