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Therefore, the transition state we are attempting to identify is not in the transformation of a two-point chemisorbed olefin to the half-hydrogenated state. Assuming that in the critical complex, the geometry of the olefin is retained intact predicts a different pattern. ) The structure of the cyclohexene is best represented by VII (24, 25). If the molecule is oriented so that the plane of the double bond is parallel to the surface of the catalyst, then the minimum steric interaction between substrate and catalyst is attained when the methyl groups are in positions displaced from the catalyst but preferably in e or e' conformations.
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The predominant cis addition and cis exchange reactions can be accommodated by conventional mechanisms. * The full paper will be published elsewhere. 13 ROBERT L. BURWELL, JR. 1 H (v) H H H D D -c-c- (v) Repetition of the sequence on the second line gives any desired degree of exchange of acyclic alkanes. However, some additional and “symmetric” intermediate is required for trans addition, racemization, and complete exchange of cyclic alkanes. One seems to need a carbon atom with three-fold coordination.
Advances in Catalysis and Related Subjects, Volume 9 by W G Frankenberg