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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Zhang JL, Zhang MX, Tang KJ, Verpoort F, Sun TL
Article Title: Polymer-Based Stimuli-Responsive Recyclable Catalytic Systems for Organic Synthesis.
Publication date: 2014
Journal: Small
Volume: 10
Issue: (1)
Page numbers: 32-46.
DOI: 10.1002/smll.201300287

Abstract: The introduction of stimuli-responsive polymers into the study of organic catalysis leads to the generation of a new kind of polymer-based stimuli-responsive recyclable catalytic system. Owing to their reversible switching properties in response to external stimuli, these systems are capable of improving the mass transports of reactants/products in aqueous solution, modulating the chemical reaction rates, and switching the catalytic process on and off. Furthermore, their stimuli-responsive properties facilitate the separation and recovery of the active catalysts from the reaction mixtures. As a fascinating approach of the controllable catalysis, these stimuli-responsive catalytic systems including thermoresponsive, pH-responsive, chemo-mechano-chemical, ionic strength-responsive, and dual-responsive, are reviewed in terms of their nanoreactors and mechanisms
Template and target information: Review - stimuli-responsive catalysts
Author keywords: stimuli-responsive polymers, catalysts, organic synthesis, nanoreactors


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