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Porous, Naturally Derived Hafnium Phytate for the Highly Chemoselective Transfer Hydrogenation of Aldehydes with Other Reducible Moieties
Song, Jinliang; Xue, Zhimin; Xie, Chao; Wu, Haoran; Liu, Shuaishuai; Zhang, Lujun; Han, Buxing
FEB 21 2018
Source PublicationCHEMCATCHEM
Volume10Issue:4Pages:725-730
AbstractBoth the utilization of naturally occurring compounds to prepare functional materials and the selective conversion of aldehydes with other reducible moieties (ORMs) are very attractive topics. Herein, we synthesized a novel porous material, hafnium phytate (Hf-Phy), by using naturally derived sodium phytate as the building block. Hf-Phy has plenty of mesopores centered around 11.8 nm. Hf-Phy showed excellent performance for the transfer hydrogenation of aldehydes with ORMs by using 2-propanol as the hydrogen source with high selectivities (95-100%) for alcohols without reducing ORMs. Systematic studies suggested that the oxophilicity of Hf4+ and the basicity and structure of Hf-Phy contributed significantly to the excellent performance. Additionally, Hf-Phy could be used over at least five cycles without any decrease in activity or selectivity.
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Song, Jinliang,Xue, Zhimin,Xie, Chao,et al. Porous, Naturally Derived Hafnium Phytate for the Highly Chemoselective Transfer Hydrogenation of Aldehydes with Other Reducible Moieties[J]. CHEMCATCHEM,FEB ,10(4):725-730.
APA Song, Jinliang.,Xue, Zhimin.,Xie, Chao.,Wu, Haoran.,Liu, Shuaishuai.,...&Han, Buxing.(FEB ).Porous, Naturally Derived Hafnium Phytate for the Highly Chemoselective Transfer Hydrogenation of Aldehydes with Other Reducible Moieties.CHEMCATCHEM,10(4),725-730.
MLA Song, Jinliang,et al."Porous, Naturally Derived Hafnium Phytate for the Highly Chemoselective Transfer Hydrogenation of Aldehydes with Other Reducible Moieties".CHEMCATCHEM 10.4(FEB ):725-730.
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