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Unprecedented Selective Oxidation of Styrene Derivatives using a Supported Iron Oxide Nanocatalyst in Aqueous Medium
Rajabi, F., N. Karimi, M. Reza Saidi, A. Primo, R. Luque, AND R. S. VARMA. Unprecedented Selective Oxidation of Styrene Derivatives using a Supported Iron Oxide Nanocatalyst in Aqueous Medium. Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis. Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH, Weinheim, Germany, 354(9):1707-1711, (2012).
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Iron oxide nanoparticles supported on mesoporous silica-type materials have been successfully utilized in the aqueous selective oxidation of alkenes under mild conditions using hydrogen peroxide as a green oxidant. Catalysts could be easily recovered after completion of the reaction and reused several times without any loss in activity (no metal leaching observed during the reaction), constituting a facile and straightforward example of aqueous oxidation chemistry promoted by iron-based heterogeneous systems.
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