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Catalysis of Organic Reactions

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Title: Catalysis of Organic Reactions
Author: Dennis Morrell
ISBN: 0824741323 / 9780824741327
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 712
Publisher: Marcel Dekker
Year: 2003
Availability: In Stock
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Exploring topics such as immobilized and supported catalysts; solid-acid, base-metal, heterogeneous, stereoselective, and Raney-type catalysis; hydrogenation; amination; and industrial and commercial processes, this reference compiles the latest research on catalysis for applications in the chemical, pharmaceutical, and catalyst manufacturing industries.
Catalysis of Organic Reactions covers approaches for designing, modifying, and altering catalysts for improved function, performance, and stability....new methods to optimize catalytic reactions.......procedures to reduce by-product formation...and cost-effective alternatives for the hydrogenation of organic compounds....and compares various immobilization techniques.....studies catalytic processes in continuous and batch modes....and details the development of novel catalyst systems.


Chapter 1 : 2001 Paul Rylander Plenary Lecture Immobilizing Homogeneous Catalysts for Organic Reactions
Chapter 2 : Polymer-Supported Catalyst for The Enantioselective Addition of Diethylzinc to Aldehydes
Chapter 3 : Increase of The Long-Term Stability of Chirally Modified Platinum Catalysts Used in The Enantioselective Hydrogenation of Ethy1 Pyruvate
Chapter 4 : Application of New Metal Impregnated Knitted Silica-Fiber on Catalytic Oxidation and Hydrogenation Processes
Chapter 5 : Functionalised Polymer Fibres as Supports for Platinum Group Metal Catalysts
Chapter 6 : Nickel Bromide as A Hydrogen Transfer Catalyst
Chapter 7. : Small-Scale Reactors for Catalyst Evaluation and Process Optimization
Chapter 8 : Catalytic Hydrogenation of Citral : The Effect of Acoustic Irradiation
Chapter 9 : Catalytic Applications of Aluminum Isopropoxide in Organic Synthesis
Chapter 10 : Liquid-Phase Methylation of m-Cresol Catalyzed by Mixed Oxides Derived from Hydrotalcite Precursors : Effect of Acid-Base Features on Catalytic Performance
Chapter 11 : 2002 Paul Rylander Plenary Lecture Selective Heterogeneous Catalysis : Opportunities and Challenges
Chapter 12 : Diisopropy1 Ether One-Step Generation from Acetone-Rich Feedstocks
Chapter 13 : Highly Selective Catalytic Oxidation of Alkylbenzenes to The Corresponding Hydroperoxides
Chapter 14 : Vapour Phase Oxidation of Methy1 Aromatics to The Corresponding Aldehydes
Chapter 15 : Use of Platinum Group Metal Catalysts for The Selective Oxidation of Alcohols to Carbonyls in The Liquid Phase
Chapter 16 : Destruction of PTA Offgas by Catalytic Oxidation
Chapter 17 : 2002 Murray Raney Plenary Lecture Asymmetrically Modified Nickel Catalyst (MNi) : A Heterogeneous Catalyst for The Enantio-Differentiating Hydrogenations
Chapter 18 : Improved Stabilities of Skeletal Cu Catalysts for Dehydrogenation and Hydrogenolysis Reactions
Chapter 19 : Precious Metal Promoted Raney® Ni Catalysts
Chapter 20 : Chemoselective Hydrogenation of Unsaturated Ketones in The Presence of Copper Catalysts
Chapter 21 : Activated Base Metal Hollow Spheres : The Low Density Alternative for The Fixed Bed Hydrogenation of Organic Compounds
Chapter 22 : Development of New Two-Step Technology for Polyols
Chapter 23 : Preparation and Characterization of High Activity and Low Palladium-Containing Debenzylation Catalysts
Chapter 24 : DuPHOS Rhodium(I) Catalysts : A Comparison of COD Versus NBD Precatalysts Under Conditions of Industrial Application
Chapter 25 : Enhanced Regioselectivity in Batch and Continuous Hydrogenation of 1-Pheny1-1,2-Propanedione over Modified Pt Catalysts
Chapter 26 : Asymmetric Catalysis Using Bisphosphite Ligands
Chapter 27 : Carbamate and Dicarbamate Syntheses from CO/O2/Methanol/Amines
Chapter 28 : Supported Palladium Catalysts : A Highly Active Catalytic System for CC-Coupling Reactions
Chapter 29 : Enantioselective Hydrogenation of Ethy1 Pyruvate Over Pt Colloids
Chapter 30 : Palladium-Catalyzed Amination of Fluorohaloarenes : A Chemoselective Synthesis of Fluoroquinolone Antibacterials
Chapter 31 : Catalytic Hydrogenation of Cinnamaldehyde : The Effects of Support and Supported Metal on Activity and Selectivity
Chapter 32 : Novel Synthesis of 2-Alkylhexahydropyrimidines from Nitriles and 1,3-Diamines
Chapter 33 : Steric and Electronic Effects in The Hydrogenation of N-Containing Heterocyclic Compounds
Chapter 34 : The Mechanism of Ethanol Amination over Nickel Catalysts
Chapter 35 : Continuous Heterogeneous Catalytic Hydrogenation of Organic Compounds in Supercritical CO2
Chapter 36 : Direct Reduction of C=O and C=N Bonds by Polymethylhydro-siloxane Promoted by Zn-Diamine Catalysts in Alcohol Solvents
Chapter 37 : Liquid-Phase Hydroxymethylation of 2-Methoxyphenol : Effect of Reaction Parameters on The Performance of Solid Acid Catalysts
Chapter 38 : Molecular Imprinting and Sol-Gel Encapsulated Rh Catalysts for Styrene Hydroformylation
Chapter 39 : The Palladium Catalyzed Synthesis of Carboxylate-Substituted Imidazolines : A New Route Using Imines, Acid Chrloride, and Carbon Monoxide
Chapter 40 : Assymmetric Hydroboration-Homologation : Towards The Synthesis of Gliflumide
Chapter 41 : Reductive Amination of Poly(viny1 Alcohol)
Chapter 42 : Anchored Homogeneous Catalysts : Some Studies into The Nature of The Catalytically Active Species
Chapter 43 : Selectivity Effects in The Hydrogenation of 4-t-buty1 Phenol over Rhodium and Platinum Heterogeneous Catalysts
Chapter 44 : Stoichiometry and Kinetics of Gas Phase Cyclohexene Epoxidation by A Silica-Supported tert-Butylperoxidititanium Complex
Chapter 45 : Dye-Labeled PNIPAM [Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)]-Supported Acylation Catalysts
Chapter 46 : Oxidation of Primary Alcohols with tert-Butylhydroperoxide in The Presence of Ruthenium Complexes
Chapter 47 : A Selective Process to Prepare Triacetone Amine
Chapter 48 : Hydrogenolysis of Ethy1 Laurate to Dodecanol on Ru-Sn/A12O3 Catalysts
Chapter 49 : Crotonaldehyde Hydrogenation on Ir/TiO2
Chapter 50 : Catalyst Deactivation in Selective Hydrogenation of â-Sitosterol to â-Sitostanol over Palladium
Chapter 51 : Kinetics of The Hydrodechlorination of Dichlorobenzenes
Chapter 52 : Effect of Reaction Parameters on The Hydrogenation of Nitrobenzene to p-Aminophenol
Chapter 53 : Organic Synthesis via Catalytic Distillation
Chapter 54 : Solvent Effects in The Use of Anchored Homogeneous Catalysts for Hydrogenation Reactions
Chapter 55 : A Novel Large Scale Hydrogenation Strategy of N,N-Dimethy1 4-(Acetoxy-3-Nitrophenylmethy1)-1-H-Imidazole-1-Sulfonamide, A Key Intermediate in The Synthesis of ABT-866
Chapter 56 : Catalyst Recycling in Batch and Semi-Continuous, Fixed-Bed Processes for Suzuki Cross-Coupling Reactions
Chapter 57 : New Chiral Modifier for Enantioselective Heterogeneous Catalytic Hydrogenation
Chapter 58 : Synthesis of Dimethy1 Carbonate from Propylene Carbonate and Methanol over Mesoporous Solid Base Catalyst
Chapter 59 : Esterification of Amino Acids by Using Ionic Liquid as A Green Catalyst
Chapter 60 : Alkylation of Phenols by Caryophyllene on Acid Aluminosilicate Catalysts


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