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Complex catalysts from self-repairing ensembles to highly reactive air-based oxidation systemsAuthor(s): Craig L. Hill; Laurent Delannoy; Dean C. Duncan; Ira A. Weinstock; Roman F. Renneke; Richard S. Reiner; Rajai H. Atalla; Jong Woo Han; Daniel A. Hillesheim; Rui Cao; Travis M. Anderson; Nelya M. Okun; Djamaladdin G. Musaev; Yurii V. Geletii
Source: Comptes rendus chimie. Vol. 10 (2007): Pages 305-312.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionProgress in four interrelated catalysis research efforts in our laboratory are summarized: (1) catalytic photochemical functionalization of unactivated CeH bonds by polyoxometalates (POMs); (2) self-repairing catalysts; (3) catalysts for air-based oxidations under ambient conditions; and (4) terminal oxo complexes of the late-transition metal elements and their oxidation chemistry.
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CitationHill, Craig L.; Delannoy, Laurent; Duncan, Dean C.; Weinstock, Ira A.; Renneke, Roman F.; Reiner, Richard S.; Atalla, Rajai H.; Han, Jong Woo; Hillesheim, Daniel A.; Cao, Rui; Anderson, Travis M.; Okun, Nelya M.; Musaev, Djamaladdin G.; Geletii, Yurii V. 2007. Complex catalysts from self-repairing ensembles to highly reactive air-based oxidation systems. Comptes rendus chimie. Vol. 10 (2007): Pages 305-312.
KeywordsAlkane functionalization, self-repairing catalysts, air-based oxidations, late-transition metaleoxo complexes, alkanes, heavy metals, photochemistry, chemical reactions, catalysis, oxidation, polyoxometalates, oxygen, paraffin
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