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The Preparation of Heterogeneous Catalysts from Mononuclear Carbonyl Complexes on Inorganic Supports

  • R. F. Howe
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Part of the Catalysis by Metal Complexes book series (CMCO, volume 7)

Abstract

The first reported use of a mononuclear transition metal carbonyl complex to prepare a supported metal catalyst was by Baker and Bernstein in 1951 [1], who prepared an active nickel hydrogenation catalyst by decomposing Ni(CO)4 on glass supports. Terenin and Roev [2] subsequently decomposed the carbonyls of chromium, iron and nickel on an alumina support to produce what was considered at the time to be zero-valent metal, although their IR spectra of adsorbed CO and NO show evidence for oxidized species as well. Parkyns [3] demonstrated that the decomposition of Ni(CO)4 on an alumina support produced zero-valent nickel which was however readily oxidized upon exposure to O2. About the same time, catalysts prepared from the Group VI carbonyl complexes Mo(CO)6 and W(CO)6 on various oxide supports were shown to be highly active for the olefin metathesis reaction [4].

Keywords

Alumina Support Metallic Nickel Carbonyl Complex Olefin Metathesis Carbonyl Ligand 
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  • R. F. Howe
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  1. 1.Chemistry DepartmentUniversity of AucklandAucklandNew Zealand

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