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Heterogeneous Pd catalysts supported on silica matrices

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Abstract

Palladium catalysts deposited over different types of silica (amorphous silica, mesoporous molecular sieves, solids obtained by co-condensation of silicate precursors and many others) modified with suitable donor moieties have gained enormous importance due to their wide application as catalysts for cross-coupling and other synthetically useful organic reactions. This work provides an overview of the chemistry of silica-supported palladium catalysts in different types of organic transformations in order to present the major features, advantages and limitations of various supports and immobilised ligands.

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Submitted
08 Oct 2014
Accepted
18 Nov 2014
First published
18 Nov 2014

This article is Open Access

RSC Adv., 2014,4, 65137-65162
Article type
Review Article
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Heterogeneous Pd catalysts supported on silica matrices

M. Opanasenko, P. Štěpnička and J. Čejka, RSC Adv., 2014, 4, 65137
DOI: 10.1039/C4RA11963K

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