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Heterogeneous hydrosilylation reaction catalysed by platinum complexes immobilized on bipyridine-periodic mesoporous organosilicas

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The utility of a bipyridine periodic mesoporous organosilica, BPy-PMO, as a support material of a hydrosilylation catalyst was investigated in the hydrosilylation of phenylacetylene with trimethoxysilane. [PtMe2(BPy-PMO)] (1) exhibited a moderate catalytic activity, whereas the reaction was successfully catalysed by [PtMe2(BPy-PMO-TMS)] (2) bearing end-capped TMS groups on the surface. Spectroscopic analyses of 2 revealed that the porous structure of BPy-PMO-TMS remained almost unchanged through the reaction. The hot filtration test supported the nonleaching property of 2, thereby exhibiting good reusability without the loss of the product yields.

Graphical abstract: Heterogeneous hydrosilylation reaction catalysed by platinum complexes immobilized on bipyridine-periodic mesoporous organosilicas

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Submitted
07 Jan 2019
Accepted
07 Feb 2019
First published
07 Feb 2019

This article is Open Access

Dalton Trans., 2019,48, 5534-5540
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Heterogeneous hydrosilylation reaction catalysed by platinum complexes immobilized on bipyridine-periodic mesoporous organosilicas

Y. Naganawa, Y. Maegawa, H. Guo, S. S. Gholap, S. Tanaka, K. Sato, S. Inagaki and Y. Nakajima, Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 5534
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT00078J

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