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CAPROLACTAM     azepan-2-one

Synonyms: Kapromine, Stilon, Kaprolaktam, Caprolattame, Hexanolactam, ...
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  • Our microreaction system using supercritical water solutions achieves nearly 100% yield and 100% selectivity for epsilon-caprolactam production at reaction times shorter than 1 s [6].

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