By D.D. Eley, Herman Pines, Paul B. Weisz (Eds.)
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The arrows indicate the H atoms attacking the C-C bond. 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.
Similarly, C, to C, methyl shift in the isomerization of 2,3-dimethyl- to 2,4dimethylpentane (d) is also a disfavored reaction. The difference between reactions (a) and (d), on the one hand, and (b) and (c), on the other hand, may be understood when considering the x-adsorbed olefins obtained by metallocyclobutane dismutation. In (a) and (d), these olefins have larger substituents (propyl and isopropyl) than in (b) and (c), and an increase of the energy barrier for rotation by a few kilocalories per mole above the normal value (10-15 kcal/mol) would explain the observed differences in rates (83).
THEVARIOUSPROPOSED MECHANISMS Several reaction mechanisms have been proposed for bond shift isomerization. Although each of them accounts for some specific peculiarity of the SKELETAL ISOMERIZATION OF HYDROCARBONS 17 reaction, depending upon the structure of the reactant, no definite proof could be given for any of them. In order to explain the isomerization of neopentane to isopentane on platinum films, Anderson and Avery (34)proposed a mechanism involving, as precursor, an a,a,y-triadsorbed species, and, in the transition state, a n complex of the Dewar type, attached to the surface by two carbon-metal bonds.
Advances in Catalysis, Vol. 30 by D.D. Eley, Herman Pines, Paul B. Weisz (Eds.)