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The principal possibility of initiating the industrial process of conversion of ethanol to divinyl by hydrogen peroxide on a magnesium-silicon catalyst K-64 is shown. The effect of hydrogen peroxide exposure under the influence of the pulse feed of the initiator is demonstrated. A theoretical hypothesis is proposed that magnesium oxide suppresses the formation of ethylene not on a fresh, but partially coked catalyst. It is assumed that there is some optimal degree of coking of the surface,doi:10.24412/2310-8266-2020-3-4-58-61 fatcat:7tvswetmznbrbjmvvnnkhj5izy