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SKELETAL ISOMERIZATION OF HYDROCARBONS 45 modes the difference in selectivity observed for hydrogenolysis of alkylcyclopentanes and dimethylcyclopentanes in pulse and flow systems. The sextet-doublet model was adapted for 1-5 dehydrocyclization, the reverse of cyclopentane hydrogenolysis, and it was proposed that physically adsorbed alkane reacts with chemisorbed hydrogen according to a push-pull mechanism (112) (Scheme 55). n-n I M I M c-c i M ' n I hIM SCHEME 55 As in the case of hydrogenolysis of cyclopentane, the change in selectivity observed in pulse and flow systems for the 1-5 dehydrocyclization of n-heptane to ethylcyclopentane and 1,2-dimethylcyclopentane,for instance, was interpreted by two modes of adsorption involving five or seven carbon atoms in contact with the surface (113) (Fig.

It was assumed that hydrogenolysis takes place according to an Eley-Rideal mechanism, involving physically adsorbed methylcyclopentane and two chemisorbed hydrogen atoms also located in the interstices of the (1 11) plane. Hence, two modes of adsorption were considered, ads, and ads,, depending on whether or not the methyl group is in contact with the metal surface (109) (Fig. 2). In the ads, mode, favored at low hydrogen partial pressure, one of the adsorbed hydrogen atoms required for breaking the tertiary-secondary C-C bond is missing, and hydrogenolysis cannot take place.

The first is very sensitive to alkyl substitution, while the latter seems relatively insensitive to structural effects. The sharp decrease of the contribution of the metallocyclobutane mechanism with increasing substitution is probably connected with a n increase of the energy barrier for rotating (or displacing) the x-adsorbed olefin before C-C bond reformation. Taking as an example the reactions of the C, hydrocarbons (38,41,43),one observes that C, to C, methyl shift (b) and C, to C , propyl shift (c) in self-isomerization of 3-methylhexane are much faster than C, to C, methyl shift (a) in the isomerization of 3-methyl- to 2-methylhexane (or C, to C, methyl shift in the reverse reaction) (Scheme 31).

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