volume 2, issue 6, P384-387 1930
DOI: 10.1139/cjr30-032
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Abstract: The presence of ethane has been confirmed among the products of the catalytic decomposition of ethyl alcohol, and comparatively large amounts of carbon dioxide have been found to occur. The ethane produced has been shown to be due only in part, if at all, to the hydrogenation of ethylene, and may be explained by a decomposition of alcohol to acetaldehyde, water and ethane. In view of the small oil and acid production, the presence of carbon dioxide is inexplicable on the basis of accepted mechanisms.

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