Anaerobic Epoxidation of Ethylene

Ref No: Mar-3508-17

Researchers in the Department of Engineering and the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Cambridge, have developed a new catalyst and process for the generation of ethylene oxide from ethene which removes the need for purified air, showing a potential new route to more efficient and safer ethylene oxide production. The team is now keen to find suitable partners for upscaling and development.

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