From: Uno Maeorg (uno$##$chem.ut.ee)
Date: Wed Sep 01 2004 - 18:31:30 EDT
It is difficult to give good recommendations without knowing your process
and details. I guess the simplest way is to work under reduced pressure, if
possible. Somebody wrote that molecular sieves could be used. I'm not quite
sure that this is the best way. To my opinion 3A and 4A have too small
radii for ethanol. About using of molecular sieves you can read in series
of papers published by D. R. Burfield in late seventies.
At 10:50 AM 8/29/2004, =?gb2312?q?Shenliang=20Wang?= wrote:
>I am doing a reaction in solid phase which will shed 1
>eq. EtOH after the reaction. Does anybody know some
>scavenger reagent or method to get the EtOH out during
>the reaction, just like the molecular seives for
>By the way, the reaction is carried out at 60 degree.
>This would save my life.
>Thanks in advance.
>Ph. D Candidate
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