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Rate constant ratios in the consecutive chlorination of liquid‐phase p‐xylene with Cl2 and antimony pentachloride as a catalyst

Until the fourth successive reaction, the rate constant ratios of the continuous chlorination of pxylene at 70oC in a gas-liquid semibatch reactor using molecular chlorine, dichloroethane as a solvent, and antimony pentachloride as a catalyst was investigated. The rate ratios for monochloropxylene, dichloropxylene, trichloroppxylene, trichloro, trichloropxylene, trichloroppxylene, trichloropp-pxylene k3 k2/k1k2/k1 = 0. 09741, k1 xylene k3 xylene pp xylene pppppppppp xylene, trichylene xylene ylene xylene trichloropppppppppppxylene, xylene ylene, xylene The dichloroisomers produced in the initial stages was still determined in the initial stages as 3. 3 in favour of 2,5-dichloropp, which is acceptable because 2,3-dichlorophylene production is greatly hampered by the immediate groups on the aromatic nucleus. Nevertheless, although the number of trichloropxylene growers increased, the number of 2,3-dichloroppxylene gradually decreased to almost negligible levels as the number of trichloropxylene decreased to absolute absence. Using the partial derivatives of this product for each of the rate constant ratios, the propagation of uncertainties for the trichloroppxylene was estimated.

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