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Bimetallic nanocatalysts for the conversion of muconic acid to adipic acid

Thomas, John Meurig, Raja, Robert, Johnson, Brian F.G., O'Connell, Tim J., Sankar, Gopinathan and Khimyak, Tetyana (2003) Bimetallic nanocatalysts for the conversion of muconic acid to adipic acid Chemical Communications, 10, (10), pp. 1126-1127. (doi:10.1039/b300203a).

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Abstract

Adipic acid (2) production currently entails use and generation of environmentally harmful materials: an efficient catalyst, consisting of nanoparticles of Ru10Pt2 anchored within the pores of mesoporous silica, facilitates the production of (2) by hydrogenating muconic acid, that may be derived biocatalytically from D-glucose. Industrially desirable chemical products such as adipic acid may be produced in good yields and selectivities from plant-crop sources, using highly active bimetallic nanocatalysts anchored onto mesoporous silica.

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Submitted date: January 2003
Published date: 14 April 2003
Organisations: Chemistry

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Local EPrints ID: 44177
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/44177
ISSN: 1359-7345
PURE UUID: daebf237-66a0-4d95-8f5b-02582c8d29b0
ORCID for Robert Raja: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-4161-7053

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Date deposited: 19 Feb 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:15

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Author: John Meurig Thomas
Author: Robert Raja ORCID iD
Author: Brian F.G. Johnson
Author: Tim J. O'Connell
Author: Gopinathan Sankar
Author: Tetyana Khimyak

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