Designing highly active supported ethylene polymerization catalysts that do not require a co‐catalyst to generate electrophilic metal alkyl species is still a challenge despite its industrial relevance. Described herein is the synthesis and characterization of well‐defined silica‐supported cyclopentadienyl LnII sites (Ln=Yb and Sm) of general formula [(≡SiO)LnCp*]. These well‐defined surface species are highly activite towards ethylene polymerization in the absence of added co‐catalyst. Initiation is proposed to occur by single electron transfer.
Angewandte Chemie International Edition – Wiley
Published: Jan 19, 2018
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