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Disproportionation route to monodispersed copper nanoparticles for the catalytic synthesis of propargylamines

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Abstract

By taking advantage of the coordination between a monovalent Cu+ precursor and trioctylphosphine, monodisperse Cu nanoparticles were synthesized via a disproportionation reaction. A Cu@SiO2 nanocatalyst was formed by supporting Cu nanoparticles onto a silica aerogel, which showed a high surface area (779.53 m2 g−1) and excellent catalytic activity for the synthesis of propargylamines.

Graphical abstract: Disproportionation route to monodispersed copper nanoparticles for the catalytic synthesis of propargylamines

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Submitted
01 Jul 2013
Accepted
12 Aug 2013
First published
12 Aug 2013

RSC Adv., 2013,3, 19812-19815
Article type
Communication

Disproportionation route to monodispersed copper nanoparticles for the catalytic synthesis of propargylamines

H. Guo, X. Liu, Q. Xie, L. Wang, D. Peng, P. S. Branco and M. B. Gawande, RSC Adv., 2013, 3, 19812 DOI: 10.1039/C3RA43341B

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