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Chemistry - Catalysis | Environmentally Benign Catalysts - For Clean Organic Reactions

Environmentally Benign Catalysts

For Clean Organic Reactions

Patel, Anjali (Ed.)

Jointly published with Panch Tattva Publishers, Pune, India

2013, X, 263 p. 205 illus., 148 illus. in color.

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  • Covers the important organic transformations
  • Promotes the development of third generation catalysts
  • Presents the green organic transformation supported by heteropolyacid
  • Features an array of international contributors
Over the past twenty years, Catalysis by Heteropolyacids (HPAs) has received wide attention and led to new and promising developments both at academic and industrial level. In particular, heterogeneous catalysis is particularly attractive because it generally satisfies most of green chemistry’s requirements. By emphasizing the development of third generation catalysts, this volume presents trends and opportunities in academic and industrial research. The book appeals to postgraduates, researchers, and chemists working in the field of environmentally benign catalysts as well as catalytic processes.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Acylation - Alkylation - Biodiesel Production - Bromination - Cyclization - Esteriifcation - Etherification - Heck Vinylation - Hydrogenation - Organic Transformations - Oxidation - Trans-alkylation

Related subjects » Catalysis - Environmental Chemistry - Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Engineering - Organic Chemistry

Table of contents 

Introduction.- Heteropoly compounds as ammoxidation catalysts.- Transition metal substituted salt of tungsten based polyoxometalates supported mesoporous silica as a Catalyst for Organic Transformation reactions.- Vanadium substituted tugstophosphoric acid supported on titania: A heterogeneous catalyst for selective oxidative cleavage of olefins to carbonyl compounds at room temperature.- Supported Heteropoly Acids and Multicomponent Polyoxometalates as Eco-Friendly Solid Catalysts for Bulk and Fine Chemicals Synthesis.- Glycerol Etherification with light Alcohols Promoted by Supported H3PW12O40.- Alkoxylation of Terpenes over Tungstophosphoric Acid Immobilised on Silica Support.- Effect of acidity, structure and stability of supported 12-tungstophosphoric acid on catalytic reactions.- Biodiesel production over 12-tungstosilisic acid anchored to different mesoporous silica supports.- Solvent free selective oxidation of benzyl alcohol to benzaldehyde over mono lacunary phosphomolybdate supported onto hydrous zirconia.- H3PMo12O40 Heteropolyacid: A Versatile and Efficient Bifunctional Catalyst for the Oxidation and Esterification Reactions.- Electrochemical/ElectroCatalytic Applications of Polyoxometalates.

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