[RhCl(COD)]2 in combination with a water soluble sulphonated pyridyl-triazolyl N,N-bidentate ligand efficiently catalyzes styrene and 1-hexene hydroformylation in water/organic solvent biphasic systems. The catalyst displays a good activity affording mixtures of linear and branched aldehydes with complete chemoselectivity. The aqueous catalytic phase may be recycled four times giving complete substrate conversion by 18 h. Mercury-poisoning experiments and transmission electron microscopy indicate that, after the first catalytic run, rhodium is present in the aqueous phase in nanoparticle form.

[RhCl(COD)]2in combination with a water soluble sulphonated pyridyl-triazolyl N,N-bidentate ligand efficiently catalyzes styrene and 1-hexene hydroformylation in water/organic solvent biphasic systems. The catalyst displays a good activity affording mixtures of linear and branched aldehydes with complete chemoselectivity. The aqueous catalytic phase may be recycled four times giving complete substrate conversion by 18 h. Mercury-poisoning experiments and transmission electron microscopy indicate that, after the first catalytic run, rhodium is present in the aqueous phase in nanoparticle form.

Biphase hydroformylation catalyzed by rhodium in combination with a water-soluble pyridyl-triazole ligand

SCRIVANTI, Alberto;BEGHETTO, Valentina;ALAM, MD MAHBUBUL;PAGANELLI, Stefano;CANTON, Patrizia;BERTOLDINI, Matteo;AMADIO, Emanuele
2017-01-01

Abstract

[RhCl(COD)]2 in combination with a water soluble sulphonated pyridyl-triazolyl N,N-bidentate ligand efficiently catalyzes styrene and 1-hexene hydroformylation in water/organic solvent biphasic systems. The catalyst displays a good activity affording mixtures of linear and branched aldehydes with complete chemoselectivity. The aqueous catalytic phase may be recycled four times giving complete substrate conversion by 18 h. Mercury-poisoning experiments and transmission electron microscopy indicate that, after the first catalytic run, rhodium is present in the aqueous phase in nanoparticle form.
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