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Catalysis by Polyoxometalates. Edition No. 1. Catalysts For Fine Chemicals Synthesis

  • ID: 2172982
  • Book
  • September 2002
  • 220 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Whole journals are devoted to catalysis and books describe the various catalysts. However it is very difficult to find detailed protocols offering information on where to source catalysts, how to store them, how to activate them for the synthesis, how to perform the actual synthesis and how to recycle the catalysts out of the synthesis process.

This new series of books (accompanied by CD-ROM) addresses all these issues. Each volume publishes approximately 40 detailed procedures and makes use of different catalysts. They are classified according to the type of reaction they are catalysing and in addition a section included incorporates reviews, comparisons between the different types of catalysts and highlights from research in the previous year.
It includes approximately 40 detailed procedures and describes the use of different catalysts and is classified according to the type of reaction they perform.

The chemist has a vast choice of high-tech catalysts to use when working in fine chemical synthesis but the catalysts are hard to use and require both skill and experience to handle properly. This book contains tested and validated procedures and provides a unique resource for chemists who work in organic chemistry.
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Series Preface.

Preface to Volume 2.

1. Introduction.

1.1 Scope and definitions.

1.2 Nomenclature.

1.3 Historical background.

1.4 Introduction to catalysis by polyoxometalates.

References.

2. Properties of Polyoxometalates.

2.1 Structures of polyoxometalates.

2.2 Crystal structure of heteropoly compounds.

2.3 Thermal stability.

2.4 Solubility.

2.5 Formation and state in solution.

2.6 Acid properties.

2.7 Redox properties.

References.

3. Synthesis of Polyoxometalates.

3.1 General methods of synthesis.

3.2 Keggin polyoxometalates.

3.3 Wells-Dawson polyoxometalates.

3.4 Sandwich-type polyoxometalates.

3.5 Peroxo polyoxometalates.

3.6 Polyoxometalate catalysts.

References.

4. Acid Catalysis by Heteropoly Compounds.

4.1 General overview.

4.2 Homogeneous acid catalysis.

4.3 Acid-catalysed reactions in biphasic liquid-liquid systems.

4.4 Heterogeneous acid catalysts.

4.5 Deactivation and regeneration of solid heteropoly acid catalysts.

References.

5. Polyoxometalates as Catalysts for Selective Oxidation.

5.1 Liquid-phase oxidation.

5.2 Gas-phase oxidation.

References.

6. Miscellaneous Catalytic Applications of Polyoxometalates.

6.1 Hydrogenation, carbonylation and related reactions.

6.2 Polyanion-stabilised clusters.

6.3 Polyoxometalates as catalyst precursors.

References.

7. Catalysis by Polyoxometalates in Industry.

7.1 Acid catalysis.

7.2 Selective oxidation.

References.

8. Other Applications of Polyoxometalates.

8.1 Analytical chemistry.

8.2 Separation.

8.3 Corrosion-resistant coatings.

8.4 Polyoxometalates as additives to inorganic and organic matrices.

8.5 Membranes.

8.6 Polyoxometalates in medicine: antiviral and antitumoral activity.

References.

Index.
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Ivan Kozhevnikov University of Liverpool, UK.
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