Is "OXO Process" same as "KOCH Reaction" used for preparing of Carboxylic Acid?

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 Oxo synthesis or oxo process, is an industrial process for the production of aldehydes from alkenes. This chemical reaction entails the net addition of a formyl group (CHO) and a hydrogen atom to a carbon-carbon double bond, whereas Koch reaction is an organic reaction for the synthesis of tertiary carboxylic acids from alcohols or alkenes. Hence these two methods aren't same.

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