Formation of a catalytically active intermediate for oxidation in H2O2/ionic liquid system: experimental and theoretical investigations

Formation of a catalytically active intermediate for oxidation in H2O2/ionic liquid system:... Keywords Ionic liquid  Active intermediate  Oxidation  Green chemistry  DFT Introduction Reducing the waste of chemical reactions may be the most concerning issue for developing sustainable processes, both in laboratory and at industrial scales. For this purpose, controlling the emission of hazardous waste is easier than purification of the products or waste treatment. Oxidation of organic compounds is a routine method for the synthesis of a plethora of valuable building blocks and derivatives in chemistry [1]. In this regard, hydrogen peroxide (H O ) is a promising selection since it is a cheap and 2 2 commercially available oxidant, and more importantly, water is the sole by-product of the oxidation reaction. Compared to molecular oxygen or air, the oxidation reaction using H O is more controllable [2]. However, H O is known as a ‘‘lazy’’ 2 2 2 2 oxidant in organic synthesis. In most cases, a desired yield could be obtained only by applying some heavy metal oxides or complexes such as tungsten (W) [3, 4], molybdenum (Mo) [5] or manganese (Mn) [6, 7]. However, the applied metal catalysts are usually expensive and, in most cases, the separation and purification process of the products and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research on Chemical Intermediates Springer Journals

Formation of a catalytically active intermediate for oxidation in H2O2/ionic liquid system: experimental and theoretical investigations

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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/s11164-016-2784-4
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Keywords Ionic liquid  Active intermediate  Oxidation  Green chemistry  DFT Introduction Reducing the waste of chemical reactions may be the most concerning issue for developing sustainable processes, both in laboratory and at industrial scales. For this purpose, controlling the emission of hazardous waste is easier than purification of the products or waste treatment. Oxidation of organic compounds is a routine method for the synthesis of a plethora of valuable building blocks and derivatives in chemistry [1]. In this regard, hydrogen peroxide (H O ) is a promising selection since it is a cheap and 2 2 commercially available oxidant, and more importantly, water is the sole by-product of the oxidation reaction. Compared to molecular oxygen or air, the oxidation reaction using H O is more controllable [2]. However, H O is known as a ‘‘lazy’’ 2 2 2 2 oxidant in organic synthesis. In most cases, a desired yield could be obtained only by applying some heavy metal oxides or complexes such as tungsten (W) [3, 4], molybdenum (Mo) [5] or manganese (Mn) [6, 7]. However, the applied metal catalysts are usually expensive and, in most cases, the separation and purification process of the products and

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Research on Chemical IntermediatesSpringer Journals

Published: Oct 24, 2016

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