Lipase-catalyzed transesterification in several reaction systems: An application of room temperature lonic liquids for bi-phasic production ofn-butyl acetate View Full Text


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2005-02

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Suk-Chan Park, Woo-Jin Chang, Sang-Mok Lee, Young-Jun Kim, Yoon-Mo Koo

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Organic solvents are widely used in biotransformation systems. There are many efforts to reduce the consumption of organic solvents because of their toxicity to the environment and human health. In recent years, several groups have started to explore novel organic solvents called room temperature ionic liquids in order to substitute conventional organic solvents. In this work, lipase-catalyzed transesterification in several uni-and bi-phasic systems was studied. Two representative hydrophobic ionic liquids based on 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolum coupled with hexafluorophosphate ([BMIM][PF6]) and bis[(trifluoromethylsulfonyl) imide] ([BMIM] [Tf2N]) were employed as reaction media for the transesterification ofn-butanol. The commercial lipase, Novozym 435, was used for the transesterification reaction with vinyl acetate as an acyl donor, The conversion yield was increased around 10% in a water/[BMIM][Tf2N], bi-phasic system compared with that in a water/hexane system. A higher distribution of substrates into the water phase is believed to enhance the conversion yield in a water/[BMIM][Tf2N] system. Partion coefficients of the substrates in the water/[BMIM][Tf2N] bi-phasic system were higher than three times that found in the water/hexane system, while n-butyl acetate showed a similar distribution in both systems. Thus, RTILs appear to be a promising substitute of organic solvents in some biotransformation systems. More... »

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