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Synthesis of 4-Methoxyphenylacetic Acid Butyl Ester by Ultrasound-Assisted Dual-Site Phase Transfer Catalyst in Tri-Liquid Phases
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在反應機制上，觸媒中間體與有機相反應物所進行的本質反應發生在第三液相與有機相的界面處。反應過程中隨著產物對-甲氧基苯基乙酸丁酯的生成，則同時有副產物溴化鉀鹽類的生成會影響第三相的形態，使第三相成為固體而使反應速率減慢，其實驗結果可用動力學方程式 (t > 0)表示之，式子中 為初始反應速率常數， 為衰退常數。實驗於不添加觸媒的雙液相系統中則沒有產物的生成；在相同條件下以超音波28 kHz/300 W及攪拌速率200 rpm輔助下，在液-液相系統中反應4小時僅能達到39.3%的產率，而若添加0.05莫耳的氯化鈉使系統形成第三液相則可使產率提升至94.2%。系統中以水相反應物為限量試劑，過量添加有機相反應物可使反應速率提升，添加過量15倍的溴丁烷時系統達最高產率。反應過程中以超音波28 kHz/300 W輔助，以100 rpm攪拌即能使系統克服質傳阻力；超音波及攪拌同時輔助才能使系統達到催化的效果。
The study is to use potassium 4-methoxyphenylacetate (ArCOOK) and 1-bromobutane to synthesize of 4-methoxyphenylacetic acid butyl ester by ultrasound-assisted dual-site phase transfer catalyst in tri-liquid phases. In the present study, dual-site phase transfer catalyst, 1,4-bis(tributylammoniomethyl)benzene dibromide (BTBAMBB, QBr2), was synthesized from p-xylylene and butylamine in acetonitrile at 70˚C. Investigations included conditions of forming and changes of composition in the third-liquid phase and kinetics of synthesizing 4-methoxyphenyl acetic acid butyl ester.
The operating parameters of forming the third-liquid phase included quantities of catalyst, types of inorganic salt, amounts of sodium chloride, types of solvent, quantities of water and organic solvent, and temperature effect. The results indicated that the third-liquid phase had higher quantity of catalytic intermediate under the molar ratio of ArCOOK to BTBAMBB being 2:1. An excess of catalyst couldn't enhance the quantities of catalytic intermediate in third-liquid phase. The solution containing the same bromide ion could result in the common-ion effect, which made tri-phase become solid and exist a large amount of catalyst. Using NaCl could avoid the common-ion effect. Moreover, the addition of 0.05 mol of NaCl had the highest catalytic intermediate in the third-liquid phase. Both of high polarity solvent, MIBK, and low polarity solvent, toluene, were use to form the third-liquid phase. However, Q2+ was distributed in the MIBK phase but no catalyst was observed in the toluene phase. In this system, temperature was an significant effect, no matter which solvent was selected. It had high quantity of catalytic intermediate at 70˚C better than at low temperature, 50˚C. Only addition of 9 ml to 13ml of water could form the third-liquid phase. Because of solvent's polarity, quantities of MIBK affected the composition in the third-liquid phase.
In the kinetic part, the reactions dominate to conduct in the interface between the organic and third-liquid phase. During the progress of the reaction, the product KBr was in situ increased to change the environment of reaction. Parts of the third-liquid phase were gradually transformed into the solid type to reduce the overall reaction rate. The kinetic results were correlated by using (t > 0) equation successfully, where is the initial reaction rate constant and is deactivation constant. Without adding catalyst in liquid-liquid system, the reaction rate was very small and neglected. Liquid-liquid system and tri-liquid system were compared for the same reaction conditions, but with extra addition of 0.05 mol of NaCl for tri-liquid system. Under ultrasound irradiation at 28 kHz/300W and stirring at 200 rpm, the product yields in 4 h of reaction were 39.3% for liquid-liquid system and 94.2% for tri-liquid system. In the experiment, using ArCOOK as the limiting reagent could enhance the reaction rate, adding 0.045 mol of 1-bromobutane had the highest product yield. Under ultrasound irradiation at 28 kHz/300Wand stirring at 100 rpm, mass transfer resistances had not a significant effect on the reaction rate. Both ultrasound and stirring assisted third-liquid phase-transfer catalysis can be effectively applied in synthesizing ether-esters.
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