The transition element used to catalyze oxidation of alkanes is??

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The transition element used to catalyze oxidation of alkanes is??


Someone asked me a science question which i've not been able to answer, so i'm throwing it to everyone out there. Maybe some of you know it and can answer. Please add a brief explanation to it so I can understand.

The transition element used to catalyze oxidation of alkanes is??

I searched online but couldn't find an answer so I have come to you guys. Hope I find an answer here.


  • Nickel

  • Copper

  • Silver

  • Manganese

  • No idea

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Maybe nickel, I looked online. But I am not sure. But unfortunately I can't explain it, I don't know anything about it

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I am not sure which specific reaction you are looking for.

Some quick search shows research about alkane oxidation without more heat and pressure.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0021951784712851

https://phys.org/news/2019-02-chemists-catalyst-oxidize-alkanes-mild.html

Alright, thank you for the help