||To produce acetaldehyde from ethylene by direct oxidation
||To produce acetic acid by oxidation of acetaldehyde with oxygen. The process is characterized by: high yield, low utility consumption and low investment cost.<br>
The catalyst is recycled without any treatment and any losses. From the crude acetic acid the final product of high purity is distilled in three columns under atmospheric pressure. Byproducts are not obtained.
||To produce acrylic acid from propylene by catalytic oxidation.
||To produce linear alkylbenzne (LAB) from C10 to C14 linear paraffins by alkylating benzene with olefins made using the Pacol dehydrogenation and the DeFine selective hydrogenation processes.
||To produce mono-, di-, and trimethylamines, CH3NH2, (CH3)2NH and (CH3)3N from anhydrous ammonia and methanol.
||To produce ammonia from hydrocarbon feedstocks using a high-pressure steam reforming process.
||To produce aniline from ammonia and phenol by vapor phase ammonolysis.
||To selectively convert toluene to high-purity benzene and a unique xylene product with a para-xylene content of up to 95 %, which significantly exceeds equilibrium concentration, using the Mobil Selective Toluene Disproportionation (MSTDP) process.
||To produce butadiene from butane or mixed butane/butylenes; isoprene from isopentane or mixed isopentane/isoamylenes; using the Catadiene process.
||To produce secondary butanol (sed,-bytyl alcohol. SBA) from n-butylenes via direct hydration.