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Methanol can be dehydrogenated to formaldehyde and hydrogen using a silver (or copper) catalyst.The reaction is an equilibrium process. A small quantify of oxygen can be added to remove the hydrogen (as water) and so push over the equilibrium to the right.
Industrial Organic Chemistry, 3rd. Ed. K. Weissermel, H.-J. Arpe, VCH (1997)
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