Use of heterogenized metal complexes in hydrogenation reactions

Comparison of hydrogenation and CTH reactions

Peter Bata, A. Zsigmond, Mihály Gyémánt, Ambrus Czeglédi, Peter Kluson

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Abstract

In the fine chemicals industry the preference for heterogeneous over homogeneous catalysts is well known. However, the activity and selectivity of heterogeneous metal complexes are usually better than those of their homogeneous counterparts. There has, consequently, been an increasing demand for heterogenized metal complexes which combine the advantages of both types of catalyst. In the production of fine chemicals, selectivity is probably its most important property of a catalyst. Chemoselectivity, regioselectivity, and enantioselectivity are very important in the synthesis of fine chemicals. Several examples of hydrogenation with heterogenized metal complexes have been studied, with emphasis on selectivity. Catalytic transfer hydrogenation is also discussed, as an alternative to classical hydrogenation.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)9281-9294
Number of pages14
JournalResearch on Chemical Intermediates
Volume41
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2015

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Coordination Complexes
Hydrogenation
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Regioselectivity
Catalyst selectivity
Enantioselectivity
Chemical industry

Keywords

  • Catalytic transfer hydrogenation
  • Chemoselectivity
  • Iron-phthalocyanine catalyst

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Use of heterogenized metal complexes in hydrogenation reactions : Comparison of hydrogenation and CTH reactions. / Bata, Peter; Zsigmond, A.; Gyémánt, Mihály; Czeglédi, Ambrus; Kluson, Peter.

In: Research on Chemical Intermediates, Vol. 41, No. 12, 01.12.2015, p. 9281-9294.

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Bata, Peter ; Zsigmond, A. ; Gyémánt, Mihály ; Czeglédi, Ambrus ; Kluson, Peter. / Use of heterogenized metal complexes in hydrogenation reactions : Comparison of hydrogenation and CTH reactions. In: Research on Chemical Intermediates. 2015 ; Vol. 41, No. 12. pp. 9281-9294.
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