Catalytically active centres in porous oxides: design and performance of highly selective new catalysts
Thomas, J.M. and Raja, R. (2001) Catalytically active centres in porous oxides: design and performance of highly selective new catalysts. Chemical Communications, (8), 675-687. (doi:10.1039/b100369k).
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Active centres have been designed on high-area, molecular sieve catalysts which, inter alia, can convert n-alkanes to n-alkanols and n-alkanoic acids, cyclohexane to cyclohexanol, cyclohexanone and adipic acid, and n-hexane to adipic acid all using either oxygen or air as oxidants. A number of one-step processes and solvent-free chemical conversions, of paramount importance in the development of clean technology, are also described with catalysts designed (i) to oxidise p-xylene to terephthalic acid aerobically, (ii) to effect Baeyer–Villiger reactions with oxygen, and (iii) for the conversion of cyclohexanone to ?-caprolactam under mild conditions. The inner surfaces of mesoporous silicas may also be atomically engineered so as to yield high-performance epoxidation of alkenes at TiIV-centred active sites, as well as enantioselective hydrogenations of organic species using constrained chiral catalysts.
|Keywords:||molecular-sieve catalysts, adipic, heterogeneous catalysts, hydrocarbon oxidation, complex, tantalum hydride, x-ray-absorption, mesoporous silica, aerial oxidation, acid, epoxidation catalysts,solid acid catalyst|
Q Science > QD Chemistry
|Divisions:||University Structure - Pre August 2011 > School of Chemistry
|Date Deposited:||31 Jul 2008|
|Last Modified:||06 Aug 2015 02:43|
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