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Highly dispersed Ni nanoparticles on mesoporous silica nanospheres by melt infiltration for transfer hydrogenation of aryl ketones

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Nickel-based catalysts have been applied to the catalytic reactions for transfer hydrogenation of carbonyl compounds. In the present work, highly dispersed nickel particles located at the pores of mesoporous silica spheres (Ni@mSiO2) were prepared via an optimized melt infiltration route. The nickel nanoparticles of 10 wt% in the Ni@mSiO2 catalyst could be uniformly loaded with high dispersion of 36.3%, resulting excellent performance for catalytic transfer hydrogenation of aryl ketones.

Graphical abstract: Highly dispersed Ni nanoparticles on mesoporous silica nanospheres by melt infiltration for transfer hydrogenation of aryl ketones

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Submitted
04 Mar 2019
Accepted
01 May 2019
First published
07 May 2019

This article is Open Access

RSC Adv., 2019,9, 14154-14159
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Highly dispersed Ni nanoparticles on mesoporous silica nanospheres by melt infiltration for transfer hydrogenation of aryl ketones

H. Kweon, S. Jang, A. Bereketova, J. Chan Park and K. H. Park, RSC Adv., 2019, 9, 14154
DOI: 10.1039/C9RA01608B

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