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A metal–organic framework immobilised iridium pincer complex

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Abstract

An iridium pincer complex has been immobilised in the metal–organic framework NU-1000 using a technique called solvent assisted ligand-incorporation (SALI). The framework proved to be stable under the conditions required to activate the iridium complex and spectroscopic investigations showed formation of the catalytically active iridium dihydride. The Ir-pincer modified NU-1000 is an active catalyst for the condensed phase hydrogenation of a liquid alkene (1-decene and styrene) and shows enhanced activity with respect to a homogeneous analogue. Additionally, the Ir-pincer immobilised inside NU-1000 operated as an efficient heterogenous catalyst under flow conditions.

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Submitted
29 Mar 2016
Accepted
10 May 2016
First published
10 May 2016

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Chem. Sci., 2016,7, 4980-4984
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Edge Article

A metal–organic framework immobilised iridium pincer complex

M. Rimoldi, A. Nakamura, N. A. Vermeulen, J. J. Henkelis, A. K. Blackburn, J. T. Hupp, J. F. Stoddart and O. K. Farha, Chem. Sci., 2016, 7, 4980
DOI: 10.1039/C6SC01376G

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