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1st Edition

Catalysis of Organic Reactions

Edited By

Dennis G. Morrell

ISBN 9780367446949
Published December 2, 2019 by CRC Press
712 Pages

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Book Description

This text offers authoritative contributions from nearly 200 leaders in the field and new methods to enhance catalytic reactions. "Catalysis of Organic Reactions" covers approaches for designing, modifying, and altering catalysts for improved function, performance, and stability, procedures to reduce by-product formation, and cost-effective alternatives for the hydrogenation of organic compounds. Studying the phase preference, concentration, characteristics, and recoverability of recently developed and commercial catalysts, this is an excellent guide for chemical engineers; organic, medicinal, catalytic, physical, industrial, process, inorganic, and organometallic chemists and biochemists, and surface and environmental scientists.

Table of Contents

1. 2001 Paul Rylander Plenary Lecture Immobilizing Homogeneous Catalysts for Organic Reactions 2. Polymer-Supported Catalyst for the Enantioselective Addition of Diethylzinc to Aldehydes 3. Increase of the Long-Term Stability of Chirally Modified Platinum Catalysts Used in the Enantioselective Hydrogenation of Ethyl Pyruvate 4. Application of New Metal Impregnated Knitted Silica-Fiber on Catalytic Oxidation and Hydrogenation Processes 5. Functionalised Polymer Fibres as Supports for Platinum Group Metal Catalysts 6. Nickel Bromide as a Hydrogen Transfer Catalyst 7. Small-Scale Reactors for Catalyst Evaluation and Process Optimization 8. Catalytic Hydrogenation of Citral: The Effect of Acoustic Irradiation 9. Catalytic Applications of Aluminum Isopropoxide in Organic Synthesis 10. Liquid-Phase Methylation of m-Cresol Catalyzed by Mixed Oxides Derived from Hydrotalcite Precursors: Effect of Acid-Base Features on Catalytic Performance 11. 2002 Paul Rylander Plenary Lecture Selective Heterogeneous Catalysis: Opportunities and Challenges 12. Diisopropyl Ether One-Step Generation from Acetone-Rich Feedstocks 13. Highly Selective Catalytic Oxidation of Alkylbenzenes to the Corresponding Hydroperoxides 14. Vapour Phase Oxidation of Methyl Aromatics to the Corresponding Aldehydes 15. Use of Platinum Group Metal Catalysts for the Selective Oxidation of Alcohols to Carbonyls in the Liquid Phase 16. Destruction of PTA Offgas by Catalytic Oxidation 17. 2002 Murray Raney Plenary Lecture Asymmetrically Modified Nickel Catalyst (MNi): A Heterogeneous Catalyst for the Enantio-Differentiating Hydrogenations 18. Improved Stabilities of Skeletal Cu Catalysts for Dehydrogenation and Hydrogenolysis Reactions 19. Precious Metal Promoted Raney® Ni Catalysts 20. Chemoselective Hydrogenation of Unsarurated Ketones in the Presence of Copper Catalysts 21. Activated Base Metal Hollow Spheres: The Low Density Alternative for the Fixed Bed Hydrogenation of Organic Compounds 22. Development of New

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Morrell, Dennis G.