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|Title:||An active and stable Wilkinson's complex-derived SiO 2-tethered catalyst via an amine ligand for cyclohexene hydroformylation|
SiO 2-tethered catalyst
|Source:||Huang, L.,Kawi, S. (2004-01). An active and stable Wilkinson's complex-derived SiO 2-tethered catalyst via an amine ligand for cyclohexene hydroformylation. Catalysis Letters 92 (1-2) : 57-62. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||A Wilkinson's complex-derived SiO 2-tethered catalyst via an amine ligand is not only fairly effective and stable for cyclohexene hydroformylation under the milder conditions of 100°C and 28 bar of equimolar CO and H 2 but also prevailing over the corresponding homogeneous catalyst. This catalyst has the advantage of resistance to rhodium leaching or/and high activity over homologous tethered catalysts via phosphine and thiol ligands.|
|Source Title:||Catalysis Letters|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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