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Methyl octanoate-ethanol mixtures constitute the biodiesel-bioethanol surrogate fuel and kinetics of its oxidation has been studied experimentally in a jet-stirred reactor. Deoxygenation of methyl octanoate over alumina-supported Pt has been studied in both the vapor phase in a flow reactor and in the liquid phase in a semi-batch reactor. It is also used to make other chemicals.
C.Togbe; J.B.May-Carle; G.Dayma; P.Dagaut. Chemical kinetic study of the oxidation of a biodiesel-bioethanol surrogate fuel: methyl octanoate-ethanol mixtures. Journal of Physical Chemistry A: Molecules, Spectroscopy, Kinetics, Environment and General Theory. 2010, 114,(11), 3896-3908.
Phuong T.Do; Martina Chiappero; Lance L.Lobban; Daniel E.Resasco. Catalytic Deoxygenation of Methyl-Octanoate and Methyl-Stearate on Pt/Al2O3. Catalysis Letters. 2009, 130,(1-2), 9-18.