A new bio-generated rhodium based system embedded in a peculiar polysaccharide matrix (Rh-EPS), was obtained and purified from cultures of bacterial cells of Klebsiella oxytoca DSM 29614. The product was analyzed with different techniques to obtain information on its structure-property correlation. In order to determine its catalytic activity and selectivity in the aqueous biphasic hydroformylation some olefins were chosen as model substrates, obtaining fine-good results.

A new bio-generated rhodium based system embedded in a peculiar polysaccharide matrix (Rh-EPS), was obtained and purified from cultures of bacterial cells of Klebsiella oxytoca DSM 29614. The product was analyzed with different techniques to obtain information on its structure-property correlation. In order to determine its catalytic activity and selectivity in the aqueous biphasic hydroformylation some olefins were chosen as model substrates, obtaining fine-good results.

A new biogenerated Rh-based catalyst for aqueous biphasic hydroformylation

PAGANELLI, Stefano;PICCOLO, Oreste;BALDI, Franco;GALLO, Michele;TASSINI, RICCARDO;ARMELAO, Lidia
2015

Abstract

A new bio-generated rhodium based system embedded in a peculiar polysaccharide matrix (Rh-EPS), was obtained and purified from cultures of bacterial cells of Klebsiella oxytoca DSM 29614. The product was analyzed with different techniques to obtain information on its structure-property correlation. In order to determine its catalytic activity and selectivity in the aqueous biphasic hydroformylation some olefins were chosen as model substrates, obtaining fine-good results.
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