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Multiphase Homogeneous Catalysis.


Multiphase homogeneous catalysis.

Ed. by B. Cornils et al.



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Thanks to recent progress, researchers can now introduce separate phases in the context of "homogeneous" catalysis, an apparent contradiction which has far-reaching consequences in terms of processes with organic/organic, Organic/aqueous or fluorous solvent pairs, noaqueous ionic solvents, supercritical fluids, and systems with soluble polymers. This collection of papers linked into a coherent handbook format concentrate on modifying and handling of such homogeneous catalysts, particularly the processes of removing and recycling the catalyst. Topics include aqueous-phase catalysis, organic/organic biphase catalysis, fluorous catalysis, catalysis in nonaqueous ionic liquids, catalysis using supercritical solvents, soluble polymer-bound catalysts and multiphase processes as the future of homogeneous catalysis.

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