Ionic liquid "solutions" for catalytic transformations.

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Publication Details

Author(s): Wasserscheid P
Journal: VDI-Berichte
Publisher: Deutscher Ingenieur-Verlag
Publication year: 2008
Volume: 2039
Journal issue: 1st SynTOP Smart Synthesis and Technologies for Organic Processes, 2008
Pages range: 125-134
ISSN: 0083-5560


Abstract


There are many good reasons to study ionic liqs. as solvents for catalytic transformations. Besides the advantage of their extremely low vapor pressure, their tuneable soly. and coordination properties are of special interest as they allow a systematic optimization of ionic liq.-org. biphasic as well as supported ionic liq. phase (SILP) catalysis. But which catalytic reaction should be optimized using the ionic liq. approach. This paper highlights important aspects making catalysis in ionic liqs. more or less promising. It turns out that ionic liq. and catalyst stability under reaction conditions and ease of product isolation from the ionic liq. are among the most important pre-requisites to make catalysis in ionic liqs. a success. [on SciFinder(R)]



FAU Authors / FAU Editors

Wasserscheid, Peter Prof. Dr.
Lehrstuhl für Chemische Reaktionstechnik


How to cite

APA:
Wasserscheid, P. (2008). Ionic liquid "solutions" for catalytic transformations. VDI-Berichte, 2039(1st SynTOP Smart Synthesis and Technologies for Organic Processes, 2008), 125-134.

MLA:
Wasserscheid, Peter. "Ionic liquid "solutions" for catalytic transformations." VDI-Berichte 2039.1st SynTOP Smart Synthesis and Technologies for Organic Processes, 2008 (2008): 125-134.

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