The ethenolysis of cardanol, a waste product from cashew kernel production, was carried out using a variety of metathesis catalysts. Surprisingly, the best activities and selectivities could be observed with ruthenium based 1st generation type catalysts converting cardanol almost completely to the corresponding 1-octene and 3-non-8-enylphenol, a potential detergent precursor.
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