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For most of the 20th century acrolein was made by the condensation of acetaldehyde with formaldehyde. However, this route has been taken over by the oxidation of propene over copper(I) oxide/SiC/I2 or Bi2O3/MoO3 catalyst systems.
Industrial Organic Chemistry, 3rd. Ed. K. Weissermel, H.-J. Arpe, VCH (1997)
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|Propene||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
|Oxygen||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
|Copper(I) oxide Catalyst||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
|Propenal||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
|Water||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
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