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Carboxylation of methane with CO or CO2 in aqueous solution catalysed by vanadium complexes

Nizova, Galina V. ; Süss-Fink, Georg ; Stanislas, Sandrine ; Shulpin, Georgiy B.

In: Chemical Communications, 1998, p. 1885-1886

Reaction of methane with CO or CO2 in aqueous solution in the presence of O2 (catalysed by NaVO3) or H2O2 (catalysed by NaVO3–pyrazine-2-carboxylic acid) at 25–100 °C affords acetic acid and in some cases also methanol, methyl hydroperoxide and formaldehyde. More

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    Reaction of methane with CO or CO2 in aqueous solution in the presence of O2 (catalysed by NaVO3) or H2O2 (catalysed by NaVO3–pyrazine-2-carboxylic acid) at 25–100 °C affords acetic acid and in some cases also methanol, methyl hydroperoxide and formaldehyde.