Efficient synthetic route for thio-triazole derivatives catalyzed by iron doped fluorapatite

Efficient synthetic route for thio-triazole derivatives catalyzed by iron doped fluorapatite Keywords Fluorapatite  Fe  Amino acid  Morphology  Heterogeneous catalysis Triazole Introduction Fluorapatites [Ca (PO ) F , FAp], the apatite group minerals possess wide spectrum 5 4 3 2 of applications in the fields of earth and material sciences and various industries [1–4]. Their eccentric virtues of low solubility, good compatibility, and ease of exchange of ions imbue scientific curiosity among researchers in using such materials as adsorbents, drug and catalyst carriers, and in biomedical instrumen- tation [5–7]. The impetus properties of FAps promptly empowered in the designing of heterogeneous catalysts for accurately targeting vulnerable organic transforma- tions [8]. Moreover, the structural engineering of catalysts plays a pivotal role in their tuning efficacy [9–11]. The properties of catalysts do not merely depend on their chemical composition, but also on their physical features such as morphology, size, shape, and phase [12–14]. Control of the morphology is indispensable for augmenting the activity of catalysts [15]. Therefore, techniques for the preparation of catalysts with controlled structure are the greater focus to achieve improved catalytic activity. The literature describes various methods in material preparation by using surfactants, chelating agents, organic compounds, biological proteins, etc., to influence or modify the growth http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research on Chemical Intermediates Springer Journals

Efficient synthetic route for thio-triazole derivatives catalyzed by iron doped fluorapatite

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Springer Netherlands
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Copyright © 2016 by Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht
Subject
Chemistry; Catalysis; Physical Chemistry; Inorganic Chemistry
ISSN
0922-6168
eISSN
1568-5675
D.O.I.
10.1007/s11164-016-2730-5
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Keywords Fluorapatite  Fe  Amino acid  Morphology  Heterogeneous catalysis Triazole Introduction Fluorapatites [Ca (PO ) F , FAp], the apatite group minerals possess wide spectrum 5 4 3 2 of applications in the fields of earth and material sciences and various industries [1–4]. Their eccentric virtues of low solubility, good compatibility, and ease of exchange of ions imbue scientific curiosity among researchers in using such materials as adsorbents, drug and catalyst carriers, and in biomedical instrumen- tation [5–7]. The impetus properties of FAps promptly empowered in the designing of heterogeneous catalysts for accurately targeting vulnerable organic transforma- tions [8]. Moreover, the structural engineering of catalysts plays a pivotal role in their tuning efficacy [9–11]. The properties of catalysts do not merely depend on their chemical composition, but also on their physical features such as morphology, size, shape, and phase [12–14]. Control of the morphology is indispensable for augmenting the activity of catalysts [15]. Therefore, techniques for the preparation of catalysts with controlled structure are the greater focus to achieve improved catalytic activity. The literature describes various methods in material preparation by using surfactants, chelating agents, organic compounds, biological proteins, etc., to influence or modify the growth

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Research on Chemical IntermediatesSpringer Journals

Published: Sep 14, 2016

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