Publication Details (including relevant citation information): Grosjean, C.; Novakovic, K.; Scott, S. K.; Whiting, A.; Willis, M. J.; Wright, A. R. J. Mol.Cat. A., 2008, 284, 33‐39
Abstract: The oxidative carbonylation of phenylacetylenewas studied in order to determine the production distribution and reaction conditions which result in oscillatory versus non-oscillatory behaviour. Unambiguous identification of the products and their distribution was undertaken, after which, it was found that reaction conditions which result in oscillatory behaviour produce high conversions, and more selective product distribution.
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