Stable copper-based oxidation catalysts to obtain e.g. phenol as precursor for synthetics or to produce oxygen detectors

The new copper-oxygen adduct complexes for the first time are thermally stable at room temperature (and above) as well as in oxygen-containing atmosphere, i.e. stable as a solid and are suitable for being used as oxidation catalysts, especially in in-dustrial chemistry, e.g. for the oxidation of benzene to phenol or of methane to methanol, for the oxidation of hydrogen, aromatic and aliphatic, saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons as well as alcohols and amines.

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