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Hydrogenation catalyzed by silica-supported polystannazane-palladium and platinum complexes

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A new kind of inorganic polymer containing no organic groups, silica-supported polystannazane (abbr. as Sn-N), and its Pd and Pt complexes (abbr. as Sn-N-Pd and Sn-N-Pt respectively) were synthesized. When these two complexes were used to catalyze the hydrogenation of nitro- and carbonyl-compounds and the compounds containing C=C double bound, it was found that they have higher catalytic activity at room temperature and under atmospheric hydrogen pressure. The hydrogenation of carbonyl-compounds can be controlled in the alcohol stage, no further hydrogenation happened.

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Cao, S.K., Huang, M.Y. & Jiang, Y.Y. Hydrogenation catalyzed by silica-supported polystannazane-palladium and platinum complexes. Polymer Bulletin 19, 347–352 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00263935

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Keywords

  • Hydrogenation
  • Polymer
  • Alcohol
  • Platinum
  • Catalytic Activity