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Low-temperature aqueous-phase methanol dehydrogenation to hydrogen and carbon dioxide
An efficient low-temperature aqueous-phase methanol dehydrogenation process, which is facilitated by ruthenium complexes is described, which would make the delivery of hydrogen on mobile devices—and hence the use of meethanol as a practical hydrogen carrier—feasible. Expand
Catalysis : from principles to applications
Introduction to Catalysis and Industrial Catalytic ProcessesIn-situ Characterization of Heterogeneous CatalystsHeterogeneous catalysisCatalysis in ElectrochemistryContemporary CatalysisCatalysis byExpand
Heterogenized cobalt oxide catalysts for nitroarene reduction by pyrolysis of molecularly defined complexes
The conversion of homogeneous Cobalt complexes into heterogeneous cobalt oxide catalysts via immobilization and pyrolysis on activated carbon and reusable non-noble-metal catalysts are highly selective for the industrially important hydrogenation of structurally diverse and functionalized nitroarenes to anilines. Expand
Metal-Initiated Amination of Alkenes and Alkynes.
The catalytic production of organic molecules is one of the most important applications of organometallic chemistry and enantioselective syntheses of molecules bearing an amine functionality use classical stoichiometric reactions with chiral auxiliaries or utilize enantiomerically pure starting material. Expand
Catalytic Generation of Hydrogen from Formic acid and its Derivatives: Useful Hydrogen Storage Materials
In this account the concept of using formic acid as a hydrogen storage material is presented. Catalytic reduction of carbon dioxide and heterogeneously catalyzed decomposition of formic acid toExpand
Homogeneous catalysis using iron complexes: recent developments in selective reductions.
Promising attempts obtained in hydrogenation, transfer hydrogenation and hydrosilylation are highlighted, which nicely illustrate the potential of iron and hopefully initialize a ferric future for catalysis. Expand
Alternative metals for homogeneous catalyzed hydroformylation reactions.
The following Review summarizes the progress achieved utilizing Ru, Ir, Pd, Pt, and Fe catalysts in hydroformylation reactions. Expand