New magnetically recoverable catalysts have been synthesized by deposition of 1% palladium (Pd)-metal on the polymer poly(1-oxo-trimethylene), containing 15% of magnetite. The magnetite allows the complete recovery of the catalyst with the simple application of an external magnetic field. The activity of such a catalyst has been studied under phosphine-free conditions in the alkoxycarbonylation of iodobenzene to the corresponding benzoic acid esters.

New magnetically recoverable catalysts have been synthesized by deposition of 1 % palladium (Pd)-metal on the polymer poly(1-oxo-trimethylene), containing 15 % of magnetite. The magnetite allows the complete recovery of the catalyst with the simple application of an external magnetic field. The activity of such a catalyst has been studied under phosphine-free conditions in the alkoxycarbonylation of iodobenzene to the corresponding benzoic acid esters.

New magnetically recoverable palladium-based catalysts active in the alkoxycarbonylation of iodobenzene

VAVASORI, Andrea;CALGARO, LORIS;QUARTARONE, Giuseppe;RONCHIN, Lucio;TORTATO, Claudio
2016

Abstract

New magnetically recoverable catalysts have been synthesized by deposition of 1% palladium (Pd)-metal on the polymer poly(1-oxo-trimethylene), containing 15% of magnetite. The magnetite allows the complete recovery of the catalyst with the simple application of an external magnetic field. The activity of such a catalyst has been studied under phosphine-free conditions in the alkoxycarbonylation of iodobenzene to the corresponding benzoic acid esters.
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