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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Yang Y, Weng ZH, Muratsugu S, Ishiguro N, Ohkoshi S, Tada M
Article Title: Preparation and Catalytic Performances of a Molecularly Imprinted Ru-Complex Catalyst with an NH2 Binding Site on a SiO2 Surface.
Publication date: 2012
Journal: Chemistry - A European Journal
Volume: 18
Issue: (4)
Page numbers: 1142-1153.
DOI: 10.1002/chem.201100529

Abstract: A catalyst surface with an active metal site, a shape-selective reaction space, and an NH2 binding site for o-fluorobenzophenone was designed and prepared by the molecular imprinting of a supported metal complex on a SiO2 surface. A ligand of a SiO2-supported Ru complex that has a similar shape to the product of o-fluorobenzophenone hydrogenation was used as a template. An NH2 binding site for o-fluorobenzophenone was spatially arranged on the wall of a molecularly imprinted cavity with a similar shape to the template. The structures of the SiO2-supported and molecularly imprinted Ru catalysts were characterized in a step-by-step manner by means of solid-state magic angle spinning (MAS) NMR, XPS, UV/Vis, N2 adsorption, XRF, and Ru K-edge EXAFS. The molecularly imprinted Ru catalyst exhibited excellent shape selectivity for the transfer hydrogenation of benzophenone derivatives. It was found that the NH2 binding site on the wall of the molecularly imprinted cavity enhanced the adsorption of o-fluorobenzophenone, of which the reduction product was imprinted, whereas there was no positive effect in the case of o-methylbenzophenone, which cannot interact with the NH2 binding site through hydrogen bonding
Template and target information: o-fluorobenzophenone
Author keywords: hydrogenation, imprinting, molecular recognition, ruthenium, supported catalysts

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