Highly Efficient and Selective Hydrogenation of Aldehydes: A Well-Defined Fe(II) Catalyst Exhibits Noble-Metal Activity

@inproceedings{Gorgas2016HighlyEA,
  title={Highly Efficient and Selective Hydrogenation of Aldehydes:
A Well-Defined Fe(II) Catalyst Exhibits Noble-Metal Activity},
  author={Nikolaus Gorgas and Berthold St{\"o}ger and Lu{\'i}s F Veiros and Karl Kirchner},
  booktitle={ACS catalysis},
  year={2016}
}
The synthesis and application of [Fe(PNPMe-iPr)(CO)(H)(Br)] and [Fe(PNPMe-iPr)(H)2(CO)] as catalysts for the homogeneous hydrogenation of aldehydes is described. These systems were found to be among the most efficient catalysts for this process reported to date and constitute rare examples of a catalytic process which allows selective reduction of aldehydes in the presence of ketones and other reducible functionalities. In some cases, TONs and TOFs of up to 80000 and 20000 h-1, respectively… CONTINUE READING
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