Oligoalkylnaphthenic (C6-C12) Oils Obtained in the Presence of Ti-Containing Ionic-Liquid Catalysts

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In this present paper, the result of C6-C12 α-olefins oligomerizaton in the presence of recyclable chloroaluminate type ionic-liquid catalysts and their combination with Ti-containing complexes is presented. By different methods of analysis the composition and structure of oligoalkylnaphtenic products obtained in the presence of ionic-liquid catalysts and Ti-containing modifiers have been studied.

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A. Hamid Azizov, R. Valy Aliyeva and K. Haydar Asgerova, "Oligoalkylnaphthenic (C6-C12) Oils Obtained in the Presence of Ti-Containing Ionic-Liquid Catalysts," Green and Sustainable Chemistry, Vol. 3 No. 4A, 2013, pp. 18-26. doi: 10.4236/gsc.2013.34A004.

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