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Direct aminolysis of triglycerides: A novel use for heterogeneous catalysts

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Title
Direct aminolysis of triglycerides: A novel use for heterogeneous catalysts
Abstract

•Direct aminolysis of Passiflora oil over heterogeneous catalysis was investigated.•The heterogeneous catalysts were efficient when the transesterification conditions were used.•The best catalyst was ZnO.La2CO5.LaOOH (2.3% v/v).•The conversion rate of oil to fatty amide 100% in 8 hours at 100 °C.

The aminolysis of triglycerides of Passiflora edulis oil was investigated using heterogeneous catalysts previously reported for biodiesel production. High rates of conversions (88–100%) to fatty ethanolamides were obtained with all the catalysts when the described transesterification conditions of reaction were used. ZnO.La2CO5.LaOOH (2.3%, w/w) was the most efficient, reaching 100% conversion after 8 h at 100 °C.

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Keywords
Aminolysis; Heterogeneous catalysis; Triglycerides
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Catalysis Communications - Volume 42, 5 December 2013, Pages 25–29
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Catalysis
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