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Reference type: Book Chapter
Authors: Crudden CM, Allen DP, Motorina I, Fairgrieve M
Publication date: 2003
Chapter title: Late Transition Metal Complexes Immobilized on Structured Surfaces as Catalysts for Hydrogenation and Oxidation Reactions.
Chapter number: 5
Page numbers: 113-155.
DOI: 10.1007/978-0-387-30641-4_5

Book title: Nanostructured Catalysts
Editors: Scott SL, Crudden CM, Jones CW
Publisher: Springer US
Series title: Nanostructure Science and Technology

Abstract: New advances in the preparation of catalysts on well-defined active sites are reviewed, including molecular imprinting, organic zeolites, chiral polymers and supported dendrimers. The effect of the support, the grafting technique and the choice of ligand are discussed with particular emphasis on hydrogenation and dihydroxylation catalysts. The use of highly ordered mesoporous materials such as MCM-41,1 SBA-15,2 or FSM-163 in catalysis is of particular importance.4,5 Phosphine6,7,8 and amine9 ligands have been immobilized onto the surfaces of mesoporous silicates. The grafting of phosphines (chiral and achiral) for use in hydrogenation reactions is described in detail.6,7 Similarly, chiral cinchona alkaloids grafted onto SBA-15 are shown to be very effective ligands for the osmium-catalyzed dihydroxylation of olefins.10,11


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