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1 Poly(ethylene-co-methyl acrylate) (EMA) Figure 1 shows the phase behavior of EMAx (the subscript x denotes the molar acrylate content) copolymers in propylene which is slightly more polar than propane [4,5]. The EMAlo curve is at slightly lower pressures than the PE curve since the first few acrylate units interact favorably with the quadrupole of propylene. However, the cloud-point curves shift to higher pressures and temperatures and as the amount of MA units increases to 31 and 41 mol% in the copolymer.
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P a l l a d i u m fixed bed catalysts, between 6 to 15 times higher space time yields were d e t e r m i n e d w h e n the h a r d e n i n g was carried out in sc CO2. 0 M P a H2). Since the h a r d e n i n g is carried out at a lower t e m p e r a t u r e compared to the conventional processes, the acid value of the fatty acids (as a m e a s u r e for the selectivity of the reaction) r e m a i n s at a very high level. In catalyst life time tests we observed a 3 times higher catalyst productivity w h e n using a DELOXAN | supported 1 wt.
High Pressure Chemical Engineering by P.R. von Rohr, C. Trepp