Organotextile Catalysis

@article{Lee2013OrganotextileC,
  title={Organotextile Catalysis},
  author={Ji‐Woong Lee and Thomas Mayer-Gall and Klaus Opwis and Choong Eui Song and Jochen Stefan Gutmann and Benjamin List},
  journal={Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={341},
  pages={1225 - 1229}
}
Catalytic Parachute Small organic molecules have emerged as catalysts as versatile as transition metal complexes. However, industrial application of such organocatalysts has been hampered by technical challenges. Now Lee et al. (p. 1225) have succeeded in tethering a diverse set of high-performance organocatalysts to nylon fabric through ultraviolet photochemistry, making them easy to isolate and reuse. Metal-free molecular catalysts can be tethered to nylon to render them recoverable and… Expand
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