Application of basic isoreticular nanoporous metal–organic framework: IRMOF-3 as a suitable and efficient catalyst for the synthesis of chalcone

@article{Wu2015ApplicationOB,
  title={Application of basic isoreticular nanoporous metal–organic framework: IRMOF-3 as a suitable and efficient catalyst for the synthesis of chalcone},
  author={Songhai Wu and Xin Ma and J. Ran and Yan-Fei Zhang and Qin Fengxiang and Y. Liu},
  journal={RSC Advances},
  year={2015},
  volume={5},
  pages={14221-14227}
}
A highly porous isoreticular metal–organic framework (IRMOF-3) was synthesized and employed as a novel efficient heterogeneous catalyst for the synthesis of chalcone via Claisen–Schmidt condensation. The effects of temperature, catalyst amount and solvent on the yield of chalcone were investigated. The results showed that IRMOF-3 not only showed high catalytic activities for the Claisen–Schmidt condensation reaction under environmentally friendly conditions, but remarkably, it could also be… Expand
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