|Publisher DOI:||10.1016/j.cej.2020.128219||Title:||Continuous co-product separation by organic solvent nanofiltration for the hydroaminomethylation in a thermomorphic multiphase system||Language:||English||Authors:||Schlueter, Stefan
Künnemann, Kai U.
Dreimann, Jens M.
|Keywords:||Catalyst recycling;Continuous Process;Hydroaminomethylation;Organic solvent nanofiltration;Process Intensification;Thermomorphic multiphase system||Issue Date:||1-Apr-2021||Source:||Chemical Engineering Journal (409): 128219 (2021-04-01)||Journal or Series Name:||Chemical engineering journal||Abstract (english):||
While homogeneous catalysts can be used to efficiently produce intermediate and specialty chemicals, the separation of the precious catalyst from products, by-products or co-products can be a major challenge. Consequently, novel processes need to be developed to effectively separate and reuse the active catalyst, while avoiding accumulation of the various reaction products. Therefore, this work presents the development and demonstration of a hybrid, continuous reaction and separation process for the catalytic auto-tandem hydroaminomethylation (HAM) reaction. Herein, long-chain alkenes are converted to valuable higher aliphatic amines with high atom economy, while producing only water as co-product. Since the HAM is a rhodium-catalyzed reaction, a thermomorphic multiphase system is used as an integrated catalyst recycling strategy, which is further combined with a membrane-based separation of the co-product via organic solvent nanofiltration. Based on initial screening of various membranes and investigation on the water influence on the phase separation after the reactor, the full process for the HAM of 1-decene with diethylamine with separation of the co-product water was operated continuously for 75 h in a miniplant. The continuous operation of the process successfully demonstrated stable process operation, avoiding a steady accumulation of water while maintaining high catalyst rejection between 97% and 99.3%. The overall leaching of rhodium was kept below 3% of the total amount supplied. This corresponds to a loss of only 11 mg of catalyst per kg of product.
|URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/11420/8466||ISSN:||1385-8947||Institute:||Systemverfahrenstechnik V-4||Document Type:||Article||Project:||Entwicklung und Erprobung der integrierten Reaktion und Katalysatorabtrennung zur homogen katalysierten reduktiven Aminierung und Hydroaminomethylierung langkettiger Alkene in einer Miniplant (D03*)|
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