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How Sorbitol is formed in hydrogenation reactor

By GCM October 8th, 2023 130 views
The reaction medium in the hydrogenation reactor is:
hydrogen, glucose solution, nickel-aluminum alloy (the nickel-aluminum alloy is in powder form and used as a catalyst).
The production process is roughly as follows:
first inject a certain volume of glucose solution into the tank, and then stir the glucose solution to a certain degree with a double-layer closed turbine agitator, and then inject hydrogen. Under certain pressure and temperature and the action of nickel-aluminum alloy catalyst, glucose and hydrogen react to produce the desired product sorbitol.

After the reaction is complete, the sorbitol product is removed from the reactor. Sorbitol is a raw material widely used in the food industry and pharmaceutical industry.
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