Kinetics of dehydrogenation and dehydration of isopropyl alcohol and dehydrogenation of tetralin on gadolinium oxide
The kinetics of the dehydrogenation and dehydration of isopropyl alcohol as well as the dehydrogenation kinetics of tetralin on gadolinium oxide obey Balandin''s equation for monomolecular heterogeneous catalytic reactions.
The relative adsorptive coefficients of the products of these reactions depend on the temperature. Values have been calculated for the thermodynamic functions for the adsorptive replacement of isopropyl alcohol and tetralin by reaction products.
The C, H, and O bond energies with gadolinium oxide change in the order QO-c> QH-c > QC-c.