Experimental and theoretical studies on green and efficient deoximation using H202 catalyzed by Montmorillonite-K10 supported MnC12

Document Type : Research Paper




Oximes were oxidized to the corresponding carbonyl compounds in good to high yields by ecofriendly
and green oxidant, H202 catalyzed by Montmorillonite K-10 supported Mangenese(II)
Chloride. The structures of these compounds were favorably compared with the results of ab initio
calculations at three temperatures. Computational methods allow for the visualization of large
amounts of structural data and the generation of related conformations for statistical and dynamic
analyses. Clearly, further studies and trapping experiments are necessary to support this
mechanism and to account for the formation of organic reagents.
Extensive measurements, as well as ab initio quantum computational reveal that the effect of
temperature on formation of products as a function of the actual structures in a manner that is
rather complicated. In this work, the formation of products is considered as the potentially more
general reaction