Isopropyl Alcohol Oxidation
The chemical process of isopropyl alcohol (IPA) oxidation is utilized to convert IPA to acetone. IPA is a colorless liquid with a potent odor that is utilized in a variety of sectors, including cleaning products, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals. When oxidizing IPA, a powerful oxidizing agent is used, and sodium dichromate is the most popular choice (Tavakoli et al., 2021). Oxalic acid and acetone are produced as a result of the intense oxidation of sodium dichromate in the process. Overall, the response is as follows: Na2Cr2O7 + H2O + H2C2H5OH = CH3COCH3 + H + 2Na+ + H + 2CrO4-. The proton attached to oxygen peak would be at 1.3-1.6 ppm, the proton attached to carbon peak would be at 1.7-2.2 ppm, and the proton attached to carbon peak would be at 3.2-3.7 ppm in the 1H NMR spectrum of IPA (proton attached to hydrogen). The signals in the IPA spectrum would each have integral values of 6:4:4, correspondingly (Tavakoli et al., 2021). Cont…
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