Partial oxidation of ethane into acetaldehyd and acrolein by oxygen over silica-supported bismuth catalysts

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Silica supported cesium/bismuth is a possible catalyst for the ethane to acetaldehyde reaction path.  The reaction path proposed in the article specifies no ethylene intermediate involved.

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