Ketazine process

Ketazine process

The Ketazine process is used commercially to produce hydrazine. It is a variation of the Raschig process, in which ammonia is oxidized by chlorine or chloramine in the presence of aliphatic ketones, usually acetone. The resulting ketazine is then hydrolysed to hydrazine.

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