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Rhodium containing magnetic nanoparticles: effective catalysts for hydrogenation and the 1,4-addition of boronic acids


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Laska, U., Frost, C. G., Plucinski, P. K. and Price, G. J., 2008. Rhodium containing magnetic nanoparticles: effective catalysts for hydrogenation and the 1,4-addition of boronic acids. Catalysis Letters, 122 (1-2), pp. 68-75.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10562-007-9339-7

Abstract

New efficient rhodium catalysts supported on superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (NPs) have been prepd. using a novel method involving sulfonated triphenylphosphine ligands. They successfully promote the hydrogenation of olefins as well as the addn. of arylboronic acids to di-Me itaconate in water for up to 10 recycles. The catalysts were stable towards leaching of the metal complexes and were readily recovered by applying an external magnetic field.

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Item Type Articles
CreatorsLaska, U., Frost, C. G., Plucinski, P. K. and Price, G. J.
DOI10.1007/s10562-007-9339-7
Uncontrolled Keywordsaddition reaction, addition reaction catalysts (conjugate, magnetic nanoparticle-immobilized rhodium complexes as effective catalysts for hydrogenation of olefins and the 1, nanoparticles (magnetic nanoparticle-immobilized rhodium complexes as effective catalysts for hydrogenation of olefins and the 1, alkenes, hydrogenation, ract (reactant or reagent) (magnetic nanoparticle-immobilized rhodium complexes as effective catalysts for hydrogenation of olefins and the 1, hydrogenation alkene rhodium catalyst iron oxide nanoparticle supported, rct (reactant), rhodium catalyst iron oxide nanoparticle supported hydrogenation addn, 4-addn. of boronic acids), hydrogenation catalysts, arylboronic addn itaconate rhodium catalyst iron oxide nanoparticle supported, boronic acids role
DepartmentsFaculty of Engineering & Design > Chemical Engineering
Faculty of Science > Chemistry
RefereedYes
StatusPublished
ID Code808

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